How to report issues and suggest changes to the Web Key Directory specification [was: Re: Please tackle the Right Thing]

Ángel angel at
Fri Jan 29 01:20:55 CET 2021

On 2021-01-28 at 17:27 -0500, Daniel Kahn Gillmor via Gnupg-users
> I think you can find a git repo that contains org-mode source here:
>   git clone
> it's in the misc/id/openpgp-webkey-service folder, and might require a
> modified version of pandoc2rfc (see the Makefile in that folder, i
> haven't tested).

Oh, nice. I had only located which stops at -08. This
one has been further updated.
(cfdc5358402e3c49be5ffe509a61b995399bb528 on gitlab is
21258d2561d3e0b88cc58286049e5fc24c9dbb1e in gnupg-doc, it misses the
last 4 commits)

> I usually encourage any author of an Internet Draft to include a
> reference to their preferred issue tracker/source repo in the draft
> itself while it's in process -- the information can be stripped out
> once the draft stabilizes, or at the final stage of publication.


> I've reported concerns about the draft on using
> the "wkd" tag, though that tag is also used for bug reports, feature
> requests, etc for the wkd implementation in GnuPG itself:
> I don't know whether there is a preferred way to report concerns or
> suggest problems with the spec.  Perhaps Werner can suggest what he
> prefers?

+1 as well

It would be very useful to know where are issues expected to be raised.
During this thread there were a few points that would be very
appropriate to have filled somewhere, at the very least so that they
don't get forgotten.

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