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Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2011 09:37:29 -0600
From: Vincent Danen <vdanen@...hat.com>
To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: Closed list

* [2011-04-24 14:43:39 +0400] Solar Designer wrote:

>On Wed, Apr 13, 2011 at 11:11:07AM -0600, Vincent Danen wrote:
>> Please add me to the new list.
>>
>> pub   3072R/E8B86CAB 2011-04-12
>>       Key fingerprint = 765E 89FE E95B F0FE 16E4  10CD 94BE 833C E8B8 6CAB
>> uid                  Vincent Danen <vdanen linsec.ca>
>> uid                  Vincent Danen <vdanen annvix.org>
>> uid                  Vincent Danen <vdanen redhat.com>
>> sub   3072R/8BBA24C6 2011-04-12
>
>Added.
>
>BTW, people eligible and wishing to join the list don't have to post the
>specific e-mail addresses and PGP key info in here.  As I wrote in:
>
>http://www.openwall.com/lists/oss-security/2011/04/04/40
>
>"That said, I agree that having specific e-mail addresses and key IDs
>posted to a public list is excessive.  If anyone else wishes to join
>(and qualifies), please state so in the "Closed list" thread and justify
>your request (currently that would mean info on the Linux distro you're
>a security contact for), then e-mail the specific e-mail address and PGP
>key info to me off-list.  I'll continue to reply on the list, but the
>specific e-mail addresses and keys will be exposed a little bit less."
>
>Of course, for active participants of oss-security and/or other public
>lists this shouldn't matter much (they're "exposed" anyway).

Yeah, I wasn't too concerned.  My email address is everywhere, and
having my public key everywhere is a good thing.  If I could do the
latter without the former, I'd be really happy.  =)

-- 
Vincent Danen / Red Hat Security Response Team 

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