Has to be used with great care since it can mess up a lot which can perhaps only be fixed with a database restoration from an unbroken revision (which then loses all other changes since last backup). Has a preview though before it actually changes things.
I doubt we are using the i2p gpg fingerprint on any other pages than on the i2p page?
A normal search shows the old fingerprint only on the i2p page. If we were to reuse the fingerprin (or verification instructions)t on multiple pages, we’d create a wiki template so still only one place has to be updated.
Yes unfortunately its used in many places and not made into a template. Off the top of my head - Tox, YaCy, Freenet use this too. Can you please ask TorJunkie to templatize the generic part of these commands so it doesn’t become a time consuming task in the future?
No conversion from asc to keybox to gpg file or anything needed. Solid fingerprint check. No need add to user’s personal gpg folder first. Goes right into /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/ drop-in folder, therefore easily disabled later if desired so.