I have created a new GPG key replacing my old GPG key. I did not loose access to the old one, nor was it, as far as I am able to tell, ever compromised. As I did with the old key, I will use the new key both for signing my open source work as well as securing my e-mail communication.
You can find both the old and the new key on all major key servers. Along with the new key you find a signature of the old key signing the new key.
pub 2048R/4810BC26 2014-06-16 Max Inden <IndenML@gmail.com> Max Inden <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fingerprint=4110 045E E7A4 32D6 7AFA C8C8 5403 C546 4810 BC26
pub 4096R/7AFE5ABB 2021-02-17 Max Leonard Inden <email@example.com> Fingerprint=0806 94E5 D364 10B9 C9B6 2185 779B 0E42 7AFE 5ABB
Goodbye to all those diligently collected signatures.