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Rubyforge repository public key (from Ben)

Ben writes:

 I don't know if you use rubyforge much anymore, but I found that the reason for this [he could not commit or update his code repository on rubyforge] was because they suddenly started requiring a public key and password authentication is now disabled.


Thought I'd give you a heads up so you don't spend the time trying to troubleshoot on your end.  Maybe you can write a blog entry about it.  It sort of annoys me that they didn't at least notify us by email that they were changing their login setup.
Blog entry plagiarized as requested.

Also see http://rubyforge.org/docman/view.php/5/460/faq.html#scm

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