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Re: shutdown of and

From: Jeremy T. Bouse
Subject: Re: shutdown of and
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2021 15:45:03 -0400

Yes, I've come to the same conclusion that Hagrid does not at this point in time have any means of federation or "peering". I don't know enough about Hockeypuck myself and had only briefly looked at it before in the past. One of the major issues with the way peering worked with SKS that was keeping me from reconstituting my servers was the issue with how it authenticated and my environment within AWS would not easily facilitate it. I do not know if that is a factor with Hockeypuck or not.

I currently have moved all my hosting into AWS pretty much exclusively. If someone with greater insight into Hockeypuck wanted to work with me I could provide the platform to do so. 

On Tue, Jun 22, 2021 at 3:33 PM Andreas Puls <> wrote:
Hey all,

as far as i know Hagrid doesn't support "peering" like SKS or
Hockeypuck. Regarding the latter one I'm running 3 Keyserver with it.
It's working very well and also support key blacklisting and ignores
huge subkeys. A little downside is only the "heavy" read / write
consumption compared to sks.

A new domain must be established into the "world". Maybe Kristian would
transfer the domain / software to one of us. So we could run it on our own.


Am 22.06.2021 um 20:58 schrieb Skip Carter:
> So ... should the SKS holdouts (myself included) switch to hockeypuck ?
> This service is vital, some version of it should live on.

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