[arch-dev-public] Inactive developers and trusted users

Allan McRae allan at archlinux.org
Sun Feb 19 18:33:52 EST 2012

On 20/02/12 09:25, Allan McRae wrote:
> On 20/02/12 03:15, Pierre Schmitz wrote:
>> Hello,
>> as you know do you not only have to sign your package but also use a
>> fully trusted key for this. There are a few developers and trusted users
>> which are no longer able to publish packages due to this policy. I would
>> suggest we set them as "inactive" in archweb, disable their ssh access
>> and orphan their packages and bug reports. Don't get me wrong though; I
>> don't want to kick anybody out and I'd be more than happy to welcome any
>> of those back to our team. But if people are (temporary) inactive we
>> need to know.
>> Here is a list of people which didn't upload a gpg key to archweb at
>> all. The had several months to do so and didn't reply to an additional
>> mail I had sent in November last year.
>> Dale Blount
>> Aaron Griffin
>> Tobias Kieslich
>> Paul Mattal
>> Mateusz Herych
>> Imanol Celaya
>> The following people have a key but it is not fully trusted. That means
>> their keys are not signed by at least three master keys.
>> Kaiting Chen
>> Kevin Piche
>> Vesa Kaihlavirta
>> If anybody know anything about the status of these fellow let me know.
>> The first group can be set to inactive right away imho. I already talked
>> to Vesa and he promised to get the missing signature soon.
> Ack.   I sent them all two emails to get their key signed too.  None of
> those are that surprising.   Probably should keep ssh access for Aaron
> as I believe he pops in once in a while even though he does not


> Allan

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