rekor-cli get — log-index 1000000 LogID: c0d23d6ad406973f9559f3ba2d1ca01f84147d8ffc5b8445c224f98b9591801d Index: 1000000 IntegratedTime: 2021–12–27T21:34:27Z UUID: abb93264122dc2eb6da3ac77957978dda3ceb3521ab52cdff8490b23eaf791c1
As a double milestone — the turn of the year and the next order of magnitude — this is a good opportunity to look into what’s become of the Sigstore ecosystem since its inception. Throughout the last year, we’ve seen a lot of different initiatives, new types of signatures added, tools, major features, and more from the whole community. This is why it is important to look back at how tremendous of a year 2021 was and learn more from it.
Simply put, it would be great to know three things: how are people signing, what are people signing and who is signing things in Rekor.
Rekor already boasts the ability of signing with more than 10/11 different types of signing mechanisms. This is to accommodate the various ways that users sign and verify for artifacts in the whole supply chain. All in all, users are using all of the types available. However, naturally, it appears that some types are more popular than others.