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Re: State of the debian keyring

Gunnar Wolf writes ("Re: State of the debian keyring"):
> Debian tools don't care which key you use for email encryption. The
> extent of actions you interact with debian is easily modeled with a
> single key; for some time I used to upload with 1024D and sign mails
> with 4096R because I had not yet pushed my 4096R into the keyring,
> waiting to get more signatures (yes, also being keyring-maint it took
> me some time to push it, even if I had all power to do so myself!)

Except, the requirement to get your keys signed by two DDs means that
you can't just get the DDs to sign a master certification key.
(Nowadays you can do this with subkeys, but.)


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