New GPG key released - signatures welcome

Having rediscovered the wonders of GPG, I finally got around generating myself a 4096R key, signing it with my old key and issuing a transition statement. Given this, if

  1. You happen to have signed my old 1E0CB9CD key at DebConf5 in 2005, at Solutions Linux 2008 or at some Free Software event in Finland or in the Baltic countries over the past 7 years and
  2. You're satisfied with the content of the transitions statement,

your signature would be appreciated on my new C4B4D7B6 key.

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