Keysigning party

On 2010-05-12 an OpenPGP keysigning party was held at the Maverick Ubuntu Developer Summit in Brussels, Belgium. The original UDS-M/KeySigningParty/Announcement provides further details.

There were 19 keys presented (by 18 participants) at the event.

Post-event results

The following graph and statistics were generated some weeks later (2010-07-04) from keys published to the keyserver network.

Graph generated using sig2dot and fdp.

keys-signed     sigs-received
after-ev-date   after-ev-date    (event date: 2010-05-12)
0               3               4D36D0ED  Chia-Lin Kao (AceLan) <acelan.kao@can
0               3               9D583901  James Tatum <jtatum@gma
0               3               AA97FD59  Micah Gersten <launchpad@mic
0 (+3 before)   3 (+2 before)   7D86500B  Colin Watson <cjwatson@chi
0 (+4 before)   3 (+2 before)   10FA4CD1  Colin Watson <cjwatson@fla
0 (+4 before)   9 (+4 before)   01AA4A64  Steve Langasek <steve.langasek@can
3               2               250C5F86  Jeremy Kerr <jk@ozl
4               11              018A3A1D  Gary van der Merwe <gary@lsd
8 (+3 before)   12 (+3 before)  3A758A1E  Steve Conklin <steve@con
9               10              1478504E  Keng-Yu Lin <kengyu@lex
9               9               5915EF26  David Kalnischkies (DonKult) <kalnisc
10              11              20BFCDC7  Iain Lane <iain@ora
10 (+2 before)  9 (+4 before)   48C186EC  St├ęphane Graber <stgraber@stg
11              6               7A66BA46  Stefan Lesicnik <stefan@lsd
11              9 (+1 before)   5409E422  Kamal Mostafa <kamal@whe
12              3               90E755CA  Allison Randal <allison@per
16              10              EE018C93  Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre <mathieu.trud
16 (+1 before)  10 (+1 before)  E1EF3E4A  Kevin Jadin <marcspitz@l2m
17 (+1 before)  10 (+1 before)  CFD74EDE  Matthieu Baerts (matttbe) <matttbe@gm


  • The "keys-signed-after-ev-date" column indicates the number of keys that you signed and were then published. If this number is zero, then you haven't signed any keys from the event (or possibly they're stuck on your system if you used caff from a system with no MTA) -- please take action! This number may be slightly lower than you might expect if you emailed the signed keys to each recipient, as some participants have not published their keys since the event.

  • The "sigs-received-after-ev-date" column indicates the number of signatures from the event that you have acquired and were published. If this is lower than you expect it to be, you may need to re-publish the latest version of your key.


Questions about these statistics may be directed to Kamal Mostafa

UDS-M/KeySigningParty (last edited 2010-07-04 18:55:03 by kamalmostafa)