On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 11:24:16PM +0100, Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo wrote: > I would like to apply for DD, I am currently DM. I've been using a > 1k-bit key  until now, but I recently created the 4k-bit one  a > couple of months ago to prepare for the future. So the future has > arrived, and I already need the new key to apply for DD. > > My questions are (please point to a recent thread or a document if > available): > > 1) I guess that I should do everything related with the application > with the new 4k-bit key, right? > > 2) Should I do anything special to point out to people doing checks > that I was using the other key before, so for example they can easily > locate all of my package uploads? File an RT ticket requesting your 1024D DM key is replaced with your 4096R one, then apply to be a DD with the 4096R key. http://keyring.debian.org/replacing_keys.html Your new key looks to be signed by several existing DD keys, so you should be good to go. You might still want to point out to your AM that you've changed key in case they're searching for uploads by key instead of email address/name. J. -- Revd Jonathan McDowell, ULC | You non-conformists are all alike.
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