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Re: wrong key used for signing

From: Marius Bakke
Subject: Re: wrong key used for signing
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2017 10:47:05 +0200
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Thomas Danckaert <address@hidden> writes:

> I accidentally used the wrong key when signing my commits to 
> core-updates yesterday.  How can I fix this? A number of commits were 
> already made on top of mine, so we'd need to rebase?

If you can send a signed message (using key D77D54FD according to my
books) containing the public key of the key used to sign these commits
(so they can be verified), I think that is proof enough. Assuming you
admit to making them, of course :-)

> These are the offending commits:
> b1a8fd2d2 gnu: libreoffice: Update to
> 90ac806d3 gnu: orcus: Update to 0.12.1.
> b85b56dd7 gnu: libetonyek: Update to 0.1.6.
> 22e52dbd0 gnu: Add libstaroffice.
> cb3864392 gnu: ixion: Update to 0.12.2.
> 57144094b gnu: mdds: Upgrade to 1.2.2.
> 741916f11 gnu: Add libzmf.
> Thomas

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