Fedora Jam 33 download issues

Despite numerous updates of all kinds of software in Fedora 32 Jam, Fedora Jam has never been added to the Fedora Media Writer’s “Labs” section. Likewise as with Fedora Jam 32, gpg provides the following feedback:
gpg: Good signature from “Fedora (33) fedora-33-primary@fedoraproject.org” [unknown]
gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
gpg: There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner.

Lastly, there still is no “Jam” tag in this forum to tag issues specifically related to Fedora Jam. Please rectify these issues if you truly intend to support Fedora Jam. It isn’t rocket science.

Hello @globetrotterdk,
Welcome to the community discussion area. With respect to Fedora Jam, it is still a spin but not an official Fedora edition nor an upcoming one. This means you won’t have the gpg keys stored at the official fedora repo. You should be able to download the gpg key from the Fedora Jam download page and import it with curl https://<spin project>/spin.gpg | gpg --import where spin represents the name of the spin, and the url points to the spin’s gpg keyfile.

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Unfortunately not the case, as Fedora Jam seems to be under “labs”. However going through /fedora/alt/releases/33/Labs/x86_64/iso/ only provides an .iso and a checksum. Fedora Jam is otherwise listed at https://labs.fedoraproject.org/en/jam/, though not included in the Fedora Media Writer under “labs”.

Well, it does look like there is only one person supporting this when you look at the wiki. You could choose to ignore the gpg check if you feel it is safe to do so. Also there is the option of trying to ask this on the IRC #fedora-jam on freenode which is there for support.

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