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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Jdo Wiki] Update of "KeysAtApache" by MichelleCaisse
Date Thu, 27 Jun 2013 19:20:35 GMT
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The "KeysAtApache" page has been changed by MichelleCaisse:

Update for change in Apache's process

- '''Note: This page is under construction!!'''
  '''Contents''' <<TableOfContents>>
  = Overview =
@@ -21, +19 @@

   1. [[#create|Create]] your key. Note your key fingerprint and ID (this is the last 8 digits
of the fingerprint). You will need them later.
   1. Generate a [[#revoke|revocation certificate.]]
   1. [[#upload|Upload]] your key to a public key server.
-  1. [[#KEYS|Publish]] your key to the KEYS file.
+  1. [[#KEYS|Publish]] your key at Apache.
   1. If you are a committer, put your public key in $HOME/.pgpkey.
   1. [[#signers|Contact]] people to sign your key.
   1. [[#sign_key|Sign]] other people's keys.
@@ -62, +60 @@

     {{{gpg --send-keys --keyserver pgp.mit.edu <key_id>}}}
+ == Publishing your key at Apache ==
+ Publish the public half of your key for verifying releases you sign by adding your key's
fingerprint to your Apache LDAP profile
+ (https://id.apache.org/).
- Publish the public half of your key to the KEYS file checked into your project's code repository
so that users can download it to verify the signatures later. To publish your key to the KEYS
file, export the public half of your key into a plain text file, and then just copy and paste
it into the KEYS file.
- You can optionally add lines above your key with your names on them.
- Be sure to check in the KEYS file before uploading the release.
- Note that it is not really clear what this file is to be used for at Apache. See http://people.apache.org/~henkp/trust/
  == Finding people to sign your key ==

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