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3.0.7: signature key-id 763629FEC8788FC35128B5F6EE029D1E5EB40300 not found #980

dvzrv opened this issue Feb 8, 2020 · 2 comments


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@dvzrv dvzrv commented Feb 8, 2020


I'm currently trying to build 3.0.7 as a package for Arch Linux. It seems a new key was used for signing this release, but this is not mentioned in the release notes, nor can the key be found on any keyserver yet.

Please sign the new key 763629FEC8788FC35128B5F6EE029D1E5EB40300 with the old key 2CF6E0B51AAF73F09B1C21174D1DA68C88710E60 and upload the new key (plus signature) to the keyservers, so a chain of trust can be established.
In the current situation I feel not comfortable packaging this version.

In case you want to make sure that the key ends up on (all) key servers, you can use this script:


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@Harmon758 Harmon758 commented Feb 8, 2020

According to 6b8e7b7 and 7b74a5b, this was due to @Byron's hardware situation.


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@Byron Byron commented Feb 12, 2020

Indeed! I will fix it as soon as I can, which is when the travel ban in China is lifted.

wip-sync pushed a commit to NetBSD/pkgsrc-wip that referenced this issue Mar 7, 2020

* Switched back to using gitdb package as requirement
  (`gitdb#59 <>`_)


* Restricted GitDB (gitdb2) version requirement to < 4
* Removed old nose library from test requirements


* Changed to use UTF-8 instead of default encoding when getting information about a symbolic reference
  (`#774 <>`_)
* Fixed decoding of tag object message so as to replace invalid bytes
  (`#943 <>`_)


* Added support for Python 3.8
* Bumped GitDB (gitdb2) version requirement to > 3


* Fixed Repo.__repr__ when subclassed
  (`#968 <>`_)
* Removed compatibility shims for Python < 3.4 and old mock library
* Replaced usage of deprecated unittest aliases and Logger.warn
* Removed old, no longer used assert methods
* Replaced usage of nose assert methods with unittest


Properly signed re-release of v3.0.6 with new signature
(See `#980 <>`_)


| Note: There was an issue that caused this version to be released to PyPI without a signature
| See the changelog for v3.0.7 and `#980 <>`_


* Fixed warning for usage of environment variables for paths containing ``$`` or ``%``
  (`#832 <>`_,
  `#961 <>`_)
* Added support for parsing Git internal date format (@<unix timestamp> <timezone offset>)
  (`#965 <>`_)
* Removed Python 2 and < 3.3 compatibility shims
  (`#979 <>`_)
* Fixed GitDB (gitdb2) requirement version specifier formatting in requirements.txt
  (`#979 <>`_)
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