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Re: AMs: The Identification Check stage

On Fri, Nov 10, 2000 at 01:20:38AM +0000, James Troup wrote:
> Hi,
> The primary and vastly preferred[1] method of passing the ID check is
> to have a Debian developer's signature on your key.  Please always
> check to see if it's possible for your applicant to get his key signed
> by meeting another developer (the web pages give some tips about
> this).  Obviously if your applicant is our first developer from the
> Antarctic, then it'll be infeasible to require him to get his key
> signed, but I'm seeing far too many applicants in, e.g.  major
> American cities where I know there are other developers, falling back
> on the scanned ID thing without even trying to find someone to sign
> their key.  In the future, I'm going to start throwing such reports
> back at AMs, and asking them to try to get the applicant to get his
> key signed[2].
But, Is three a way to point people to Developers around they area? or
they have to ask on debian-devel.

Cesar Mendoza
"The three golden rules to ensure computer security:
Do not own a computer, do not power it on, and do not use it."
  --Robert T. Morris

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