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diff -u -r1.8 nm-step2.wml
--- japanese/devel/join/nm-step2.wml   15 Sep 2005 19:28:26 -0000   1.8
+++ japanese/devel/join/nm-step2.wml   2 Oct 2005 16:15:38 -0000
@@ -1,33 +1,39 @@
 #use wml::debian::template title="ステップ 2: 身分証明" NOHEADER="true"
 #include "$(ENGLISHDIR)/devel/join/nm-steps.inc"
-#use wml::debian::translation-check translation="1.32"
+#use wml::debian::translation-check translation="1.33"
 <p>このページの情報は一般に公開されていますが、主に未来の Debian
 <h2>ステップ 2: 身分証明</h2>
-<h3>なぜ GPG?</h3>
+<h3>なぜ OpenPGP?</h3>
-<p><a href="newmaint#Member">Debian のメンバー</a>は世界各地に点在 (<a
-href="../developers.loc">開発者の所在</a>を参照) していて、
-全ての Debian 開発者は、彼らの <a href="http://www.gnupg.org/";>GPG</a>
-正確な認証の手段を提供します。GPG 鍵についての更なる情報は、
-<code>debian-keyring</code> パッケージ内の README ファイルを参照してください。
+<p>Debian では OpenPGP が広く使われています。これは、<a 
+href="newmaint#Member">Debian メンバー</a>は世界中に住んでいて
+(<a href="$(DEVEL)/developers.loc">開発者の所在</a>参照)、
+Debian 開発者はすべて自分の <a href="http://www.gnupg.org/";>OpenPGP</a>
+OpenPGP の鍵に関するさらなる情報は <code>debian-keyring</code>
+パッケージの README ファイルを読んでください。</p>
-<p>いずれの<a href="newmaint#Applicant">応募者</a>も、GPG
+<p>いずれの<a href="newmaint#Applicant">応募者</a>も、OpenPGP バージョン 4
 <tt>subkeys.pgp.net</tt> のような公開鍵サーバの一つに転送することです。
 gpg --send-key --keyserver &lt;server address&gt; &lt;yourkeyid&gt;
 <p>注意: GPG &lt;= 1.0.1 と ElGamal 鍵には<a
@@ -41,7 +47,7 @@
 応募者は個人的に Debian のメンバーに会って、(パスポートや運転免許証、その他の ID
 などで) 本人であることを証明しなければなりません。</p>
-<h4><a name="key_signature">GPG 鍵に署名してもらう方法</a></h4>
+<h4><a name="key_signature">OpenPGP 鍵に署名してもらう方法</a></h4>
 <p>鍵交換のために Debian のメンバーを見つけるには、いくつかの方法があります。

diff -u -r1.32 -r1.33
--- english/devel/join/nm-step2.wml   15 Sep 2005 19:28:25 -0000   1.32
+++ english/devel/join/nm-step2.wml   27 Sep 2005 19:51:15 -0000   1.33
@@ -7,47 +7,49 @@
 <h2>Step 2: Identification</h2>
+<h3>Why OpenPGP?</h3>
-<h3>Why GPG?</h3>
-<p>Because the <a href="newmaint#Member">Debian members</a> are
-located everywhere around the world (see the
-<a href="../developers.loc">developer locations</a>) and rarely 
-meet each other in person, an alternate method of identification 
-is necessary. All Debian developers are identified by their 
-<a href="http://www.gnupg.org/";>GPG</a> key. This provides an accurate
-method to authenticate messages and other data by signing it. For
-more information on GPG keys see the README file in the 
-<code>debian-keyring</code> package.</p>
+<p>Debian makes extensive use of OpenPGP because <a 
+href="newmaint#Member">Debian members</a> are located all over the world
+(see the <a href="$(DEVEL)/developers.loc">developer locations</a>) and rarely
+meet each other in person. This means trust cannot be built up by
+personal contact and other means are necessary. All Debian developers
+are identified by their <a href="http://www.gnupg.org/";>OpenPGP</a>
+key. These keys make it possible to authenticate messages and
+other data by signing it. For more information on OpenPGP keys
+see the README file in the <code>debian-keyring</code> package.</p>
 <h3>Providing a key</h3>
-<p>Each <a href="newmaint#Applicant">applicant</a> must provide a
-GPG public key. The preferred way to do this is to export it to one of
-the public key servers, such as <tt>subkeys.pgp.net</tt>.
+<p>Each <a href="newmaint#Applicant">Applicant</a> must provide an
+OpenPGP version 4 public key with encryption capabilities. The 
+preferred way to do this is to export it to one of the public key
+servers, such as <tt>subkeys.pgp.net</tt>.
 Public keys can be exported using:</p>
 gpg --send-key --keyserver &lt;server address&gt; &lt;yourkeyid&gt;
+<p>If your key has no encryption capability, you can simply add
+an encryption subkey.</p>
 <p>Note: There are <a href="nm-amchecklist#gpgversion">known problems</a> 
 with GPG &lt;= 1.0.1 and ElGamal keys.</p>
-<p>Because anyone can upload a public key to the servers it needs
-to be verified that the key belongs to the applicant.</p>
+<p>Since anyone can upload a public key to the servers it needs
+to be verified that the key belongs to the Applicant.</p>
 <p>To accomplish this the public key itself must be signed by another 
 <a href="newmaint#Member">Debian member</a>. Therefore the
-applicant must meet this Debian member in person and must 
+Applicant must meet this Debian member in person and must 
 identify himself (by providing a passport, a driver's license 
 or some other ID).</p>
-<h4><a name="key_signature">How to get your GPG key signed</a></h4>
+<h4><a name="key_signature">How to get your OpenPGP key signed</a></h4>
 <p>There are several ways to find a Debian member for a key
 exchange. You should try them in the order listed below:</p>
@@ -86,7 +88,7 @@
 <h4>When you can't get your key signed</h4>
-<p>If all of the steps above fails, please contact the 
+<p>If all of the steps above fail, please contact the 
 <a href="newmaint#FrontDesk">Front Desk</a> and ask for help. They may
 offer you an alternate way of identification.</p>

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