Switching PGP keys
Finally I find the mood to do this, a process which started 5 years ago in DebConf 9 at Cáceres by following Ana's post, of course with my preferred options and my name, not like some other ;-).
Said that, dear reader, if you have signed my old key:
1024D/C9B55DAC 2005-01-19 [expires: 2015-10-01] Key fingerprint = CFB7 C779 6BAE E81C 3E05 7172 2C04 5542 C9B5 5DAC
And want to sign my "new" and stronger key:
4096R/DE5BCCA6 2009-07-29 Key fingerprint = 43BC 364B 16DF 0C20 5EBD 7592 1F0F 0A88 DE5B CCA6
You're welcome to do so :-)
The new key is signed with the old, and the old key is still valid, and will probably be until expiration date next year. Don't forget to gpg --recv-keys DE5BCCA6 to get the new key and gpg --refresh-keys C9B55DAC to refresh the old (otherwise it may look expired).
Debian's Keyring Team has already processed my request to add the new key, so all should keep working smoothly. Kudos to them!