I will have to look around the site... thanks.
"gpg --import *.asc" is how you import it into the public keyring.
I normally like to stick with non-GUI solutions. However, I've been looking at Seahorse
a little bit, which is also a frontend to GPG. I haven't heard of GPA, as I've had very little experience with GPG at this point, but it looks nice.
I found the pubkey for dnspython and have imported it. It would have been staring me right in the face if I would have looked for it in the appropriate place.
Here's the output:
gpg: Signature made Sat 29 Jan 2005 07:12:53 PM EST using DSA key ID CD706369
gpg: Good signature from "Bob Halley <firstname.lastname@example.org>"
gpg: Note: This key has expired!
Primary key fingerprint: 3E0C 63DB 06DE BFD9 B2FE A75B 75E0 3544 CD70 6369
I'm assuming it worked then...
I'm assuming there must be some way to list all imported pubkeys without the use of a nice GUI like Seahorse. The manpage for gpg is enormous.