Fwd: Welcome to sourceware.org

Vineet Gupta vineet.gupta@linux.dev
Wed Jul 27 20:23:59 GMT 2022


Looks like in my job transition I lost my personal ssh key and can't 
update my email address for my sourceware account.
Could you please help !


-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: 	Welcome to sourceware.org
Date: 	Tue, 10 Mar 2020 18:33:42 +0000
From: 	root <root@sourceware.org>
To: 	vgupta@sourceware.org
CC: 	carlos@redhat.com

Your account on sourceware.org is now active. The login name is
"vgupta". Mail sent to that address is forwarded to
vgupta@synopsys.com. This forwarding is a convenience so that people
who reply directly to source control commit mail notes will not get a
bounce. This is not intended as a general mail account. Please do not
advertise it.

If your involvement with the project ends at some point, the mail
address will become invalid and I will laugh evilly as people try in
vain to reach you. We do track these things.

You should now have write access to the source control repository for
your project. Presumably you know where things are and how to access
them. If not, check with your project web page and with the person who
sponsored you.

You have restricted (not login!) ssh access to the system so if at some
point you wish to update your ssh key, you can do so with the following

ssh sourceware.org appendkey < publickeyfile

This will append 'publickeyfile' (usually ~/.ssh/id_dsa.pub or
~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub) to your existing allowed ssh keys. If you have
entirely lost your old ssh key, then grovel to overseers@sourceware.org
and someone may take pity on you. If you suspect your key has been
compromised, let the overseers know as soon as possible.

You can also update your email forwarding with the command:

ssh sourceware.org email your@newmail.com

If you have questions, please do not reply to this email. Ask your
project mailing list.

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