Re: New key procedure
James Troup <email@example.com> writes:
> Hamish Moffatt <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Just uploading is pretty standard. Anybody can upload anybody's
> > public key.
> Anybody can update existing keys but new keys will be ignored.
> Alexander's key is new.
I have a similiar problem (lost key) and mailed keyring-maint a month
or longer ago and didn't get any response yet --- perhaps
keyring-maint is really linked to /dev/null? This is really bad, since
I can't upload any pkgs until my new key is in the keyring, I
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