Ditching OpenPGP, a new approach to signing APT repositories

Bernhard Reiter bernhard at intevation.de
Tue Jun 29 17:53:53 CEST 2021

Am Dienstag 29 Juni 2021 14:44:39 schrieb Konstantin Ryabitsev via 
> With this change, they are replacing PGP with ed25519, but everything else
> remains pretty much the same

But OpenPGP so much more than one algorithm, 
you can even use ed25519 with OpenPGP today.
(Again, probably because of the draft or work in progress status, 
maybe someone with write access to the wiki could clarify the headline.)

Thanks for the infos,

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