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From Patrick Hunt <ph...@apache.org>
Subject Fwd: Centralized KEYS files on https://people.apache.org/
Date Thu, 05 May 2011 16:18:07 GMT
FYI: If you are a committer you should get your key(s) up asap:

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From: Daniel Shahaf <danielsh@apache.org>
Date: Thu, May 5, 2011 at 8:51 AM
Subject: Centralized KEYS files on https://people.apache.org/
To: committers@apache.org


The following is now implemented:


If you login to https://id.apache.org and enter PGP key fingerprint(s),
then the corresponding keys will within a few hours be made available
under

       https://people.apache.org/keys/ ,

at URLs such as the following:

       https://people.apache.org/keys/committer/danielsh.asc (my key)
       https://people.apache.org/keys/group/httpd.asc (all httpd
committers' keys).


This arrangement is independent of the PGP fingerprints in
^/committers/info/, it does not pull fingerprints listed there.

We recommend projects transition from KEYS files to /keys/group/$pmc.asc
files managed via https://id.apache.org/.


We have pre-filled this with the keys listed on the public
http://people.apache.org pages (which are built from the information
in ^/committers/info/ in the private repository).  Some keys were not
added, you can add those manually.  You can edit or remove the listed
keys via https://id.apache.org/.


Documentation will follow on www.apache.org/dev/ later; it's basically
"enter the fingerprint or keyid in a format that 'gpg --recv-key' is
happy with".


Questions, patches, bugs, flames: to infrastructure@ (about id.a.o) or
site-dev@ (about the scripts generating the keys/ directory).


Thanks to pctony; bugs by me.

Daniel

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