Stanisław T. Findeisen wrote: > Friends, > > Inspired by the recent problems with checksums for various installation > files of Fedora 10, may I be allowed to say, that I think that broader > adoption of OpenPGP standard (gpg) among Fedora (and Free Software) > developers and users could be a desirable and advertising-worth goal. > It could be a Strategy. > Let me see - The Gnupg package is included with Fedora. RPMs are signed with a GPG key - each version has its own key. The extra repositories have their own keys. When their was a possibility that the keys had been compromised, new keys were issued. It is not like Fedora isn't already using gpg... About the only change I can see would be signing the files needed to do a network install... Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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