cvs commit: doc/share/pgpkeys aaron.key ahze.key alepulver.key
alex.key alexbl.key andreas.key anholt.key anray.key arun.key
bakul.key barner.key ben.key benjsc.key billf.key bmah.key bsd.key
bushman.key bvs.key cel.key cjc.key cjh.key
ryusuke at FreeBSD.org
Sun Nov 13 11:13:13 UTC 2011
From: Chris Rees <crees at FreeBSD.org>
Subject: Re: cvs commit: doc/share/pgpkeys aaron.key ahze.key alepulver.key alex.key alexbl.key andreas.key anholt.key anray.key arun.key asami.key bakul.key barner.key ben.key benjsc.key billf.key bmah.key bsd.key bushman.key bvs.key cel.key cjc.key cjh.key
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2011 09:15:01 +0000
> On 13 November 2011 07:51, Xin LI <delphij at delphij.net> wrote:
> > On 11/12/11 23:30, Chris Rees wrote:
> >> crees 2011-11-13 07:30:43 UTC
> >> FreeBSD doc repository (ports committer)
> >> Modified files: share/pgpkeys pgpkeys-developers.sgml
> >> pgpkeys.ent Removed files: <lots>
> >> Log: - Remove former Developers . Thanks again for your work in
> >> the past
> > A few developers are active (sbruno, dfr, grehan at least, I haven't
> > checked everyone). Could you please send e-mails to make sure that's
> > Okay?
> Looks like it's a mistake-- the list I was checking against was the
> SGML source of ; seems some people are still missing from that list
> I'm reverting this commit for now, until we've sorted it.
> > (I personally consider having these keys beneficial unless they are
> > fully expired by the way -- consider this: one day they might send an
> > email asking to re-activate their commit bit, without the key in
> > print, we have no easy way to validate their identity unless someone
> > else have signed their keys in the past and not excluded in the handbook).
> I agree, however the key is still in CVS, and this is unusual enough
> that I (and it seems a few others) don't see the need for alumni's
> keys to be in the 'printed' Handbook. We need to be consistent about
> who is and who isn't in there.
I agree, we can obtain removed keys from Attic.
So I think alumni's key can safely removed.
> I'll open it up for discussion with core involved as well (as
> requested by another developer).
>  http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/contributors/staff-committers.html
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