Commit 20c8e039 authored by Paul Hardy's avatar Paul Hardy Committed by Jonathan McDowell

Fix up various typos in the README file

parent 751a77cf
......@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ heavily on the signature formats, and we keep our developers'
credentials in OpenPGP certificate formats, aggregated into
"keyrings", which are just concatenated files of OpenPGP certificates.
These keyrings have a suffix of .gpg, refelcting our use of GnuPG (the
These keyrings have a suffix of .gpg, reflecting our use of GnuPG (the
GNU Privacy Guard), the most widely-used free software implementation
of OpenPGP.
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ key.
Getting debian-keyring.gpg
--------------------------
The current versions of debian-keyring.gpg is always available via
The current version of debian-keyring.gpg is always available via
rsync from keyring.debian.org (module keyrings).
There is also a (possibly slightly out-of-date) version available on
......@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ files, keys already in the Debian keyring will not be imported to your
personal keyring. You can use "gpg --no-options --import" to force
GPG to ignore gpg.conf and import keys to your personal keyring only.
It also possible to use public keyservers on the net directly. This
It is also possible to use public keyservers on the net directly. This
requires that you have a working internet connection.
Add a line to your ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf[1] file such as:
......@@ -109,7 +109,7 @@ Also exchange key signatures with many other OpenPGP users. It all
helps to expand and strengthen the OpenPGP web of trust.
Do *NOT* certify other people's key unless you have met that person
face to face in real life and are have verified that the person is who
face to face in real life and have verified that the person is who
they say they are. One common way people can verify identity is to
ask for a strong, unforgeable form of government-issued ID that they
know how to check (e.g. passport, driver's license).
......@@ -131,12 +131,12 @@ key(s) will be added to the keyring as part of the admission process.
Updating your key(s)
--------------------
There is a keyserver running on keyring.debian.org, for any updates of
There is a keyserver running on keyring.debian.org; for any updates of
existing keys please send them there, e.g:
$ gpg --keyserver=keyring.debian.org --send-keys 0x00000123ABCD0000
To add a new key or remove an existing ones, please send mail to
To add a new key or remove an existing one, please send mail to
keyring@rt.debian.org making sure to include the words "Debian RT"
somewhere in the subject line.
......@@ -190,7 +190,7 @@ Gillmor <dkg@fifthhorseman.net>). Contributions by J.H.M. Dassen
Darren Stalder <torin@daft.com>, Norbert Veber
<nveber@primusolutions.net> and Martin Michlmayr <tbm@cyrius.com>.
Many thanks to Brendan O'Dea <bod@debian.org> who setup and wrote
Many thanks to Brendan O'Dea <bod@debian.org> who set up and wrote
support scripts for the keyserver on keyring.debian.org.
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......@@ -46,6 +46,7 @@ debian-keyring (2018.07.xx) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium
* 0xEDC8C8240F688E68 Héctor Romojaro Gómez [DM] sig:1
* 0xF5392FD213FBFEDD Punit Agrawal <punit> sig:2
* 0xF5C83C05D9CEEEEE Chris Boot <bootc> sig:4
* Fix typoes in README. Thanks to Paul Hardy. (Closes: #904202)
[ Gunnar Wolf ]
* Move 0xCD4B2AF3A0A0AAAA (Nico Golde) to emeritys (RT #7352)
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