Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2019 13:33:00 +0000 From: Patrick Schleizer <adrelanos@...eup.net> To: lkrg-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: LKRG packagers / downstream wishlist upstream: LKRG downstream: Whonix, Kicksecure, me # signed git tags Currently there are no git tags. So it's hard for me to compare LKRG 0.7 with LKRG master branch. This is how my "usual" request for signed git tags looks like: https://github.com/theupdateframework/tuf/issues/255 # signed git commits I don't speak C. Even if I did, in reference to the Obfuscated C Code Contest I can absolutely not verify the diff between a signed release (tarball or git tag) versus newer commits in the git master branch. I mean, if a malicious third party in transfer (git server hack or something) made minor malicious modifications, I couldn't spot it. Therefore I would like to verify, that the git head is coming from you, signed by OpenPGP (or something) rather than an unknown third party (attacker). # version numbers If I build a package, I need to define the upstream version number. Git master doesn't provide version numbers. Therefore, each git head  would ideally be a signed git tag.  When pasting 5 (or any number) of commits per day, only the last commit would need to be referenced with a signed it tag. This is not too important. Otherwise I would just invent a "virtual" version number. 0:0.7.1-1 0:0.7.2-1 ... 0:0.7.9-1 ... 0:0.7.10-1 0:0.7.11-1 (the syntax fir Debian packaing is:) [epoch]:[upstream-version-number]-[debian-revision] (epoch is bumped if upstream changed version scheme.) (debian-revision is for packaging only changes.) # logo Could you please cut the black from the logo? No changes to the logo just imo too much black space the the upper and lower part. (I don't mean to say "remove all black".) Or provide an alternative logo? Or could I do that and use the "cut" logo instead? https://openwall.info/wiki/_detail/p_lkrg/p_lkrg.png?id=p_lkrg%3AMain Kind regards, Patrick
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