[FOSDEM] How to sign multiple PGP keys at once?
Rondom at Rondom.de
Sat Jun 24 00:32:41 CEST 2017
I used caff last year to sign the keys from FOSDEM.
I needed some sed-magic to convert the list to a format understood by caff.
Apart from that, it worked flawlessly!
On 24/06/17 00:25, gregor herrmann wrote:
> On Fri, 23 Jun 2017 21:46:00 +0000, Justin W. Flory wrote:
>> Thanks Gregor, caff was the tool I was trying to remember. I found it in
>> Fedora packaged under `gpg-tools`. However, do you know of any way to
>> get caff to use a GPG keyring to sign keys, or did you all hand-type
>> 100+ key IDs when you all signed everyone else's keys?
> caff can read the key IDs from KSP lists:
> caff [-eERS] [-m yes|ask-yes|ask-no|no] [-u yourkeyid] [keyid ..] </path/to/ksp-annotated.txt
> The list of keys to sign can also be provided through caff's
> standard input, as gpgparticipants(1) formatted content. Only
> keys for which both the "Fingerprint OK" and "ID OK" boxes are
> ticked (i.e., marked with an "x") are considered for signing.
> Furthermore, the input header must include at least one
> checksum line, and all checksum boxes must be marked as
> verified (with an "x").
> I'm not sure if it works with FOSDEM's key list but it might be worth
> a try.
>> I'm curious if
>> anyone has a faster way of using caff to sign this many keys, especially
>> if they're already on a standalone keyring.
> The keyring contains more keys than what you are probably going to
> sign, so somehow you need to specify which ones to pick.
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