Currently, only only GPG key of Edward Haas is used for signing
release tarball and tag:
I would like to propose these GPG key could also be used for release:
* Gris Ge <fge(a)redhat.com> F1FD57B2A5E9C8DB618086C66CCDE58FE41E28FF
* Till Maas <till(a)redhat.com> Unknown yet
To enforce that, a gpg public key file contains 3 above public keys
will be stored at git repo as `nmstate/signing.gpg` and
For user, they could just:
curl https://nmstate.io/signing.gpg | gpg --import
# This need a fix as `nmstate.io` DNS config is incorrect.
Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated.
Hello, I am Tanuja Kirthi Doddapaneni, 3rd year undergraduate computer
at Bits-Pilani Hyderabad Campus, India.
I'm interested in the nmstate-adding varlink support project for GSoC 2020.
I am interested in networks and open source, so I want to contribute to the
and learn new things along the way.
Thanks and regards,
Tanuja Kirthi Doddapaneni.
I’m Sudharshan, computer science student from Sri Lanka and this is my first time
participating for GSOC also I’m new to open source contribution. I want contribute on
this nmstate project and ansible project., I have experience in python 3, REST api development and network programming.
Gris marked some tests as tier1 in Nmstate to allow to run only stable
tests that are not known to fail. It might be a good idea to check in
reviews if new tests should be marked as tier1 as well. What do you
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