Peter Palfrader at
Fri Mar 5 13:58:24 CET 2004

On Fri, 05 Mar 2004, Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder wrote:

> On Thursday 04 March 2004 13.07, Peter Palfrader wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > on you say that cannot
> > search for subkeys.  I think all in the rotation now support subkey
> > indexing.
> David Shaw, gnupg-users, 28.2.:
> | Yes. is three machines.  Two allow searching for
> | subkeys, and one doesn't. 

Roman Pavlik said on Feb 29 on keyserver-folk that he upgraded his
keyserver and now all three supported fetching keys by subkeyids.

> I see actually is five machines, not three. Anybody changed 
> the DNS as a result of David's message?

David asked about the criteria for inclusion in in
the message which had started that thread on keyserver-folk.
Roman suggested to simply ask the whois contact to add a keyserver to
the rotation.  Thomas Sjögren apparently asked for to
be included, and I did the same for

> Verification makes me suspect that your 'I think' is an understatement :-)
> Thanks for the diff, will apply to the webpage asap.
> Btw: What's up with ( It seems to be offline 
> very often. AFAICT it's not a TCP ECN issue.

Yaron said in private email yesterday, that is not
under his direct administrative control and that he suspects it got
rebooted.  He promised to take a look at it.

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