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Easily Sign The Ubuntu Code Of Conduct With CoC Signing Assistant

Signing the Ubuntu Code of Conduct may seem difficult, especially for relatively new Linux users so to make things easier, Marten de Vries has created an application called Code of Conduct Signing Assistant which should make make it easier to sign the Ubuntu Code of Conduct.You need to sign the Ubuntu Code of Conduct if you want to contribute to various Launchpad projects, upload packages to a PPA and so on.The first Code of Conduct Signing Assistant public version was released recently, so there might be some rough edges, but overall, the application serves its purpose and it’s quite easy to use, especially compared to the manual instructions of signing the Ubuntu CoC.Using the Code of Conduct Signing Assistant is pretty straight-forward, however, there are a couple of things you should be aware of:- On the second page of the Code of Conduct Signing Assistant, you’ll have to select a PGP key or create a new one. It’s probably better to create the key via command line before starting the Code of Conduct Assistant since you have more options which aren’t available if you’ll use the Code of Conduct Assistant and further more, once you create the key using the

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