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Signed Developer Keys

Keys for zzz, Complication and welterde are provided clearsigned. The key for jrandom must be verified differently, since he's away, and only left a binary detached signature for his key.

  1. Monotone keys for zzz
  2. Monotone keys for welterde
  3. Monotone keys for Complication
  4. Monotone keys for jrandom
  5. Others

Monotone keys for zzz

Tip: To find zzz's GPG key, on his eepsite locate the key `0xA76E0BED`, with the name `zzz@mail.i2p` and the fingerprint `4456 EBBE C805 63FE 57E6 B310 4155 76BA A76E 0BED`.

    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
    Hash: SHA1

    [pubkey zzz-transport@mail.i2p]
    MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQDa2uZI1BobxS4TapMqmf4Ws3nyL3GYgkfb
    MEawyWl0E1pfHJ4dLZkdxQdcLyCsN9OCY4jRNzmoYnDa2HtBLINq15BJmGJ0cfIDLXIB2GBO
    ViAPRkEKQTVoc7IpcjtPPjtSBVganD/AW78m9cgUYag86Lbm2ynUaXWpw9i4gpLdLQIDAQAB
    [end]
    [pubkey zzz@mail.i2p]
    MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQCtgaWY0Wc1c8pFGIxASZx78pHpHZKQV8z6
    IRQkgy65gQMjpLquaQpy3Xk8rkpnfA+6h3TS6bjplsEhlaQoxvpGxacRYOt+y1HC/n20O3RI
    E1A/e3sGKHGDEQW+3ItF4WSNfeQ18DzLeun32vFknq2k9im6Ts4tiYfKs8CZ5KW0/QIDAQAB
    [end]
    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
    Version: GnuPG v1.4.6 (GNU/Linux)

    iD8DBQFHnN51QVV2uqduC+0RAv8NAJ9B/7pWKLvqVI6HnAifs9oedsdWSACfYS1E
    sFwJiw4A+Sr9wQrtoO4X4ow=
    =SVDV
    -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

Monotone keys for welterde

Tip: To find welterde's GPG key, on public keyservers locate the key `0x62E011A1`, with the name `welterde@arcor.de` and the fingerprint `6720 FD81 3872 6DFC 6016 64D1 EBBC 0374 62E0 11A1`.

    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
    Hash: SHA1

    [pubkey dev@welterde.de]
    MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQDRnJUBY0d4310UpZYGUlsWgxWHoD8bsKtT
    vGw83vwUQRtM2xPKxCHvEntg9Dgiqr5RurOKHK7Eak6WgxCXQFfC9ALr4SoC5abI4ZFvM/CA
    WRb547UIPTchSnuDUn/TSgDGqtGvMFS9t6OUp9Z/7QzIjLQhhBCqj4/hZhxUJ61XBwIDAQAB
    [end]
    [pubkey transport@welterde.de]
    MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQCujyq15a7t0Gki/sKoZQbv7CHJWbT3YB5O
    DQyU3zfqXnHNj82tz6wVsvjZmKUYZvax7wLLRErMGX3PTGxb23I5iypLmYtWt+lbkxMZdcGT
    GEXBU8JnAfhnSIdLzBJ2soe55vBQp0Tx1Ta+7/CNYwVPUxr5l6J/2gcGFJg3cAD99wIDAQAB
    [end]
    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
    Version: GnuPG v1.4.7 (Darwin)

    iD8DBQFHojoC67wDdGLgEaERAsALAKCwNlkNFaTyC4pV4rsinXQ8hu7UvgCbBeeV
    Ni/uLlSdl3Kz7KfVipwnjm4=
    =oE5t
    -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

Monotone keys for Complication

Tip: To find Complication's GPG key, on his eepsite locate the key `0x79FCCE33`, with the name `complication@mail.i2p` and the fingerprint `73CF 2862 87A7 E7D2 19FF DB66 FA1D FC6B 79FC CE33`.

    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
    Hash: SHA1

    I confirm that my Monotone commit and transport keys are:

    [pubkey complication@mail.i2p]
    MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQCx1F6nwBUCIiCPVsogy/h/+2d8X3uMcEdn
    RIN+gxO+0pK+yrGZiFwi7TG/K3PjDfJWuxsPRKLeb9Q4NmfxrAePelGig9llalrDnRkIcRFu
    cnNUOJo9C0MjvzYR9D6bIS3+udPdl6ou94JX+ueo2jLXI1lGgtdWDWTetJx9I++EvwIDAQAB
    [end]
    [pubkey complication-transport@mail.i2p]
    MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQDP55FmBUIZjamtDinVDrLmS9uU40KoNfLd
    iB+t/iEgEWHDPQxlwugh/aBQwsXKGGJMJSNURKwwjfrcr5y3oz9jpRjtLVqoZMBVLgp28WGA
    9KbzXi4/dYhdyNmr4gHc17mDSlhCfk/L5QxifSYwSaeeFPsoAAyBBB221Z3197bmVQIDAQAB
    [end]

    Complication.
    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
    Version: GnuPG v1.4.6 (GNU/Linux)

    iD8DBQFHpdQT+h38a3n8zjMRAtW8AJ0fmuw1hrZePDzOx61xSh5cK27ikQCeJn+U
    g8X/m/JAsedzOFJDN0tlTig=
    =LM+C
    -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

Monotone keys for jrandom

Tip: To find jrandom's GPG key for Syndie releases, on public keyservers locate the key `0x393F2DF9`, with the name `syndie-dist-key@i2p.net` and the fingerprint `AE89 D080 0E85 72F0 B777 B2ED C2FA 68C0 393F 2DF9`.

Jrandom had to leave unexpectedly in the end of 2007. His commit key was deployed in the Syndie Monotone repository, in a file named `mtn-committers`. That file also had a GPG signature, `mtn-committers.sig`, but it was a binary detached signature. I am going to supply both files in GPG ASCII-armoured form below.

First, the file `mtn-committers` containing jrandom's Monotone key. Save as `mtn-committers.asc` and unpack it using `gpg --output mtn-committers --dearmor mtn-committers.asc`:

    -----BEGIN PGP ARMORED FILE-----
    Version: GnuPG v1.4.6 (GNU/Linux)
    Comment: Use "gpg --dearmor" for unpacking

    W3B1YmtleSBqcmFuZG9tQGkycC5uZXRdCk1JR2ZNQTBHQ1NxR1NJYjNEUUVCQVFV
    QUE0R05BRENCaVFLQmdRRE9MdzA1a1pidXg1S0xkcHJjR0hlQ1RseXQrR2poR1ho
    NwpBdXBzK1FNRC9GRWJJVkVGUEdJQkcyanUzMDY5VEtJSHBYcjVIRWU1bWFCZ3RJ
    SkJNOU5QVnZNTkZDZ09TcmVnbW5WSXB4U2cKSGQrV2l1MUl5emhkMFN4QzVwQ0hk
    bndTanYwNTFmY3RZY3AxcnM1T2NVb2pVZHZGN3RxOTF6QUFZK2tMeHBYNnpRSURB
    UUFCCltlbmRdCg==
    =035X
    -----END PGP ARMORED FILE-----

Now the file `mtn-committers.sig`, containing the GPG signature. Save as `mtn-committers.sig.asc` and unpack it using `gpg --output mtn-committers.sig --dearmor mtn-committers.sig.asc`. Use it to verify the above supplied `mtn-committers` file:

    -----BEGIN PGP ARMORED FILE-----
    Version: GnuPG v1.4.6 (GNU/Linux)
    Comment: Use "gpg --dearmor" for unpacking

    iD8DBQBFLssNwvpowDk/LfkRAtytAKCOiaDIveC3sri0lrdvwxt/TQciigCfXgyC
    ZY3qq910P/TX94qoJGePbuc=
    =8NHt
    -----END PGP ARMORED FILE-----

Others

Some of the developers have included their Monotone keys in their signed license agreement.