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79 79  [[SSH keys>>https://wiki.codeaurora.org/xwiki/bin/Support/gitolite_ssh_setup]] are used to commit code to CAF. SSH keys offer a highly secure way of logging into a server and are best practice for authentication, allowing more security than a simple password. SSH keys are tied to your identity (your email used on CAF) so you will need to ensure you have created or submitted an SSH key that matches your identity. Partners of members who need to access code via SSH will also need to [[register >>https://identity.codeaurora.org/user/register]]on CAF so their SSH key can be stored in gitolite and their permissions validated with their registered identity. Partner identities should match company email.
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81 -Using your CAF or company appropriate email identity, you should [[create and/or submit >>https://wiki.codeaurora.org/xwiki/bin/Support/gitolite_ssh_setup#HSubmittingyourSSHkeytoCAF||rel="__blank"]]your SSH key to your[[ Developer account>>https://identity.codeaurora.org/user||rel="__blank"]]. All unregistered keys will be deleted.
81 +Using your CAF or company appropriate email identity, you should [[create and/or submit >>https://wiki.codeaurora.org/xwiki/bin/Support/gitolite_ssh_setup#HSubmittingyourSSHkeytoCAF||rel="__blank"]]your SSH key to your[[ Developer account>>https://identity.codeaurora.org/user||rel="__blank"]]. Unregistered keys are not allowed and will be deleted.
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84 84  ==== __**Code Guidelines ~-~- preparing your code for CAF**__ ====
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