DON.RAIKES at oracle.com
Wed Jul 29 21:17:23 UTC 2009
No problem with taking your gtime. I have had to rebuild my debian system several times due to system issues anyway.
Yes I have an alioth login, although I have to confess I don't remember what it is :-)
I have a gpg key, but am not sure how with the command-line gpg applkication to generate a key to send to you. The public id is 5B1E041F.
If i can figure out how to do it I will submit it to the keyservers later today.
As for the ftimes package I created, unfortunately I lost it, so will have to recreate it once I get my system stablized.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel Baumann [mailto:daniel at debian.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 2009 12:05 PM
> To: Don Raikes
> Cc: Debian Forensics
> Subject: Re: getting involved
> Don Raikes wrote:
> > Hello,
> Hi again,
> sorry for the late answer..
> > I am eager to get involved with the debian forensics project.
> most welcome. do you have an alioth account? also, please send me a
> openssh pubkey (rsa, >=2048 bit) so that you can commit on
> > I have a debian package for ftimes already working on
> ubuntu, and would be happy to port it to lenny which is the
> version of debian I have at the moment.
> > Could someone on this list let me know the proper steps to
> follow to post the package for review/inclusion?
> well, tell me where the package is available and i'll have a
> look at it.
> are you familiar with git already?
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