Now that 10.3.5+12-4 is synced, yes. But I heard about another upgrade
bug which I'll check first, and reupload this along with other fixes if

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  pki-base postinst creates corrupt /etc/pki/pki.version

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Bug description:

  Upgrading pki-base from xenial to zesty fails, because
  /etc/pki/pki.versio created on xenial looks like this:

  Configuration-Version: 10.2.6+git20160317

  while it should just have 10.2.6. To fix the upgrade, the file should
  be recreated if old pki-base is older than 10.3.5-1.

  [Test case]

  Install pki-base on a xenial chroot, sed -i 's/xenial/zesty' 
/etc/apt/sources.list, apt dist-upgrade.
  It should not fail.

  [Regression potential]

  Can't think of any.

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