Fri May 16 00:20:02 2003
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With all this talk of using a private primary RSA key and then public subkeys,
I created a third key to test some ideas and I began to wonder if it is worth
considering if keys can be merged. If both secret keys are available and both
passphrases given, is there scope to merge two keys??
The carefully built-up signature list could be retained - perhaps the merge
operation could ask which key would be the new primary and 'attach' the
second key as a new subkey? or a new UID?
It could offer a way to migrate older keys with long signature lists.
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