On 04/12/18 15:46, Steven Rostedt wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Apr 2018 14:28:45 -0400
> Steven Rostedt <rost...@goodmis.org> wrote:
>> Primary key fingerprint: 5ED9 A48F C54C 0A22 D1D0  804C EBC2 6CDB 5A56 DE73
>>      Subkey fingerprint: B5D7 BDD5 67E0 67A3 EE0C  9FBE 3F0B D661 FC59 E3D3
> Don't use this key.
> Konstantin wanted me to make a ECC key, which I did. Here's the new key:
>    Subkey fingerprint: 514B 0EDE 3C38 7F94 4FB3  7993 29E5 7410 9AEB FAAA


You don't actually have to tell people the fingerprint, as the subkey
will inherit the trust/validity of your master key. For the recipients,
it's sufficient to just refresh your key:

gpg2 --refresh-key rost...@goodmis.org

To validate ECC tags, you will need to tell git to always use gpg2,
since gpg1 doesn't know what ECC is:

git config --global gpg.program gpg2
git config --global gpgv.program gpgv2

Konstantin Ryabitsev
Director, IT Infrastructure Security
The Linux Foundation

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