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Sign your gems with PGP

Remember the recent Rubygems.org vulnerability? We don’t want all that to happen again do we? But the responsibility lies partly with us, the gem developers.

We at Phusion have already signed most of our repositories and gems with our PGP key, which in turned is signed by the rubygems-openpgp CA. Will you be the next to sign?

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You didn’t sign this post, how can we assume you’re indeed Phusion? :)

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