On Tue, 2014-08-19 16:12:00 +0100, Jonathan McDowell wrote: > On Fri, Aug 15, 2014 at 01:27:28AM +0200, Aníbal Monsalve Salazar wrote: >> As part of the 15th Debian Conference in Portland, Oregon, USA there >> will be OpenPGP (pgp/gpg) keysignings. If you intend to participate in >> the DebConf14 keysignings, please send your ascii armored public key as >> explained at  no later than 23:59 UTC/Zulu on Monday 18th of August, >> 2014. >> >> We are a few days away from the deadline! >> >> Some statistics are below. >> >> · At this point in time, there are 79 keys in the DebConf14 keyring: >> >> 6 1024D > > I can think of no good reason to be including these keys in the DC14 > keysigning and in fact believe that it is actively harmful for us to be > encouraging people to continue propagating the use of 1024 bit keys. I > hope that all 6 keys are from people who have also generated larger > keys, but even if they're not I would like to request that they are > removed from the DC14 keysigning keyring. > > People, move to larger keys. Yesterday. keyring-maint has been banging > this drum for some time. DebConf is the perfect time to make sure your > new key is well linked with the rest of Debian. I'll remove all 1024D keys. If someone has a good reason to object, please do so ASAP.
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