CoC

The Ubuntu Code of Conduct

What is the CoC?

Why should I sign it?

How to sign it it?

Step 1: Launchpad account

Method 1: Thunderbird Users - GUI-Based (Software-Center, Seahorse, Enigmail)

Step 2: Installing required applications

Seahorse

Gnupg

Enigmail

Step 3: Creating a new PGP key
  • Close Thunderbird:
  • Launch Seahorse:

  • New PGP Key:

  • Enter a passphrase:

  • Generate Key:

Step 4: Syncing a PGP key to Ubuntu servers
  • Sync key:

Step 5: Importing the PGP key fingerprint on Launchpad
  • Copy fingerprint:

  • Import PGP key on Launchpad:

  • Wait, if necessary:

Step 6: Setup Thunderbird to use your keys (enigmail)

  • Enigmail wizard:

  • Select Identities:

  • Use per-recipient rules:

  • Improvements:

  • Select key:

Step 7: Opening Launchpad's Encrypted Message
  • Open Message:
  • Enter passphrase:

Step 8: Confirming Key
  • Confirm OpenPGP key:

  • Check that key was accepted by Launchpad:

Step 9: Download Ubuntu CoC, Sign and Upload it
  • Access the Ubuntu CoC page
  • Download the CoC
  • Sign it
  • Upload it

Method 2: Console-Based

Step 2: Installing required applications

Gnupg

Step 3: Creating a new PGP key

Step 4: Syncing a PGP key to Ubuntu servers
  • Sync key:

Step 5: Importing the PGP key fingerprint on Launchpad
  • Copy fingerprint:
  • Import PGP key on Launchpad:
  • Wait, if necessary:

Step 6: Opening Launchpad's Encrypted Message
  • Open Message:
  • Enter passphrase:

Step 7: Confirming Key
  • Confirm OpenPGP key:
  • Check that key was accepted by Launchpad:

Step 8: Download Ubuntu CoC, Sign and Upload it
  • Access the Ubuntu CoC page
  • Download the CoC
  • Sign it
  • Upload it

Addendum

Backup your keys

Signing the Ubuntu Leadership CoC

MyanmarTeam/Members/CoC (last edited 2012-12-31 15:54:36 by kokoye2007)