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# Default config file for Debian's popularity-contest package.
#
# Local overrides are in /etc/popularity-contest.conf
# PARTICIPATE can be one of "yes" or "no".
# If you don't want to participate in the contest, say "no"
# and we won't send messages.
#
# If this option is missing, the default is "no".
#
PARTICIPATE="no"
# ENCRYPT can be one of "yes", "maybe" or "no".
# If "yes", reports are encrypted using public key cryptography.
# This protects against eavesdroppers when the report is transmitted.
# However reports can only be read by the popcon server.
# This requires the package gnupg to be installed.
# If "maybe", reports are encrypted only if gnupg is available.
#
ENCRYPT="maybe"
# KEYRING and POPCONKEY specify the key to use for encryption.
# They should not be changed for proper operation with
# popcon.debian.org.
#
KEYRING="/usr/share/popularity-contest/debian-popcon.gpg"
POPCONKEY="4383FF7B81EEE66F"
# MAILTO specifies the address to e-mail statistics to each week.
#
MAILTO="survey@popcon.debian.org"
# MAILFROM is the forged sender email address you want to use in
# email submitted to the popularity-contest. If this is commented
# out, no From: or Sender: lines will be added to the outgoing mail,
# and it will be your MTA's job to add them. This is usually what
# you want.
#
# If your MTA is misconfigured or impossible to configure correctly,
# and it always generates invalid From: and/or Sender: lines, you
# can force different results by setting MAILFROM here. This can
# cause problems with spam bouncers, so most people should leave it
# commented out.
#
#MAILFROM="root@example.org"
# SUBMITURLS is a space separated list of where to submit
# popularity-contest reports using http.
SUBMITURLS="http://popcon.debian.org/cgi-bin/popcon.cgi"
# USEHTTP enables http reporting. Set this to 'yes' to enable it.
USEHTTP="yes"
# HTTP_PROXY allows to specify an HTTP proxy server, the syntax is
# HTTP_PROXY="http://proxy:port". This overrides the environment
# variable http_proxy.
# MY_HOSTID is a secret number that the popularity-contest receiver
# uses to keep track of your submissions. Whenever you send in a
# new entry, it overwrites the last one that had the same HOSTID.
#
# This key was generated automatically so you should normally just
# leave it alone.
#
#MY_HOSTID="_ID_"