Replace the 'RSAv4' with 'OpenPGP v4 key format'. The RSA algorithm does not really have versions, and the author most likely meant the v4 of OpenPGP key format as outlined in RFC 4880, section 12.1.
This was figured out and explained to me by Kristian Fiskerstrand. --- glep-0063.rst | 4 ++-- 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-) diff --git a/glep-0063.rst b/glep-0063.rst index dd61ecc..8e4f0d5 100644 --- a/glep-0063.rst +++ b/glep-0063.rst @@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ Bare minimum requirements a. DSA, 2048-bit - b. RSA, >=2048 bits, RSAv4 or later only + b. RSA, >=2048 bits (OpenPGP v4 key format or later only) 3. Key expiry: 5 years maximum @@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ Recommendations # when making an OpenPGP certification, use a stronger digest than the default SHA1: cert-digest-algo SHA256 -2. Root key type RSA, 4096 bits, RSAv4 or later +2. Root key type RSA, 4096 bits (OpenPGP v4 key format or later) This may require creating an entirely new key. -- 2.18.0