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Re: [libreoffice-conference] Keysigning key submission period closed, keylist published


Pete Stephenson wrote:

Users should download the keylist (which is also signed by my PGP key,
0x85EB9F44), compute the SHA256 and RIPEMD160 hashes of the list in
accordance with the directions, print out the last, and write the
hashes they computed in pen on the list. These hashes will then be
compared with the hash computed by me, which I will display at the
KSP. This way people can be assured that the list they printed out
matches precisely with the official list and there's been no
modifications.

This is beyond my technical skills. I have uploaded the key to the
keyserver, using the Terminal, but this has already represented a huge
effort on my side. I do not use the Terminal, as I am a normal user, so
I will be coming to the party but do not expect hashes (maybe ashes...)
from me.

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DB75 1534 3FD0 EA5F 56B5 FDA6 DE82 934C AAB8 D5C0

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