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      The current release process use the Maven GPG plugin to sign artifacts during core releases.

      This means that we need a new GPG key for the job.

      As long as it's easy to retrieve the public gpg key, we can probably just generate a new one and then store it on azure key vault

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            After several discussions, we concluded that we will generate a new key pair and then publish the public part

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            The new gpg key has replaced the previous one

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