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Re: [cbi-dev] Eclipse Foundation public PGP key?

Note that it would be *very* insecure to grab the keys from any keyserver by just searching on the email... 

Please verify that the keys are signed by the webmaster key (hash= 5bffaf753d9926708337ff8f922ebfe6)

Some keys we submitted are not signed with webmaster's key, if you need those to be signed, let us know.


Mikaël Barbero 
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On 15 Oct 2021, at 11:00, Frederic Gurr <frederic.gurr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Yes, Eclipse project's PGP keys are published to keyservers. At the
moment we use to upload them since turned out to be very unstable.

You can use the query "dev\" (note that the @ sign needs to
be escaped with a '\') to find the keys:



On 14.10.21 22:05, Mickael Istria wrote:
Hi all, hi Mikael,

Are Eclipse Project PGP keys published to some public keyserver?
Imagine I'd like to build a keystore of all the public keys of projects
participating to SimRel; can I query some keyserver to get those keys
from the project name? If yes, what is the name pattern use by those
project keys; if not, what would be a way to get access to project
public keys easily?

Thanks in advance

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