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Re: Legal names (was: AM report for Vagrant Cascadian <vagrant@freegeek.org>)

On Sat, Aug 01, 2009 at 02:41:45PM +0100, Stephen Gran wrote:
> > Encrypting this information to "the various persons" implies that the
> > project itself can lose access to this information if those people all
> > become unavailable in the future.  Is the information also stored somewhere
> > that DSA (the role, not the people currently in it) will be able to recover
> > that information if needed?

I was just going to make the same criticism ...

> DSA currently uses the pws helper application

AFAIK, other role addresses (e.g. leader@d.o) do not do that though.

I'm fine with a _single_ place where the information is known to be
stored in a future-proof way, but please (when the times come) ensure
that there is such a place :)


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