[SM-Discuss] GPG keyring storage ?
Seth Alan Woolley
seth at positivism.org
Fri Aug 19 16:32:37 EDT 2005
On Fri, Aug 19, 2005 at 07:42:35PM +0200, Ladislav Hagara wrote:
> > be a problem. I would prefer four or five people who had their public
> > keys in a keyring instead of one commonly shared key everybody has
> > access to -- then we can trace guilt ;).
> Personally I don't like big changes in perforce and moreover I hate
> binary files there.
> It is very difficult to check it out.
> What about if in perforce were stored only individual keys and the
> keyring was created on the user's box as part of scribe update?
Then if you got a keyring, you'd have to know how to break it apart into
separate files and our specific format -- as long as this process was
documented, I think it would be ok. Perhaps we can store ascii armored
public keys with the --minimal* gpg switches as tag-name.pgpk files
which then are coalesced into tag.gpg files?
We should make them part of tarball creation, too, not another thing
done on scribe update, or does it matter to anybody if we decentralize
Seth Alan Woolley [seth at positivism.org], SPAM/UCE is unauthorized
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Key id FDCEE733 = 5302 B414 64C4 6112 3454 E082 99F0 69DC FDCE E733
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