People who would like to be able to verify a CHECKSUM file with GPG,
of the new beta releases before the actual SHA-256 comparison, from
within other operating systems, are unable to do so this time,
because the new public key that was created for this purpose is
currently not on the "Verify your download" link on the "Get Fedora"
fingerprint: AEE4 0C04 E345 60A7 1F04 3D7C 1DC5 C758 D22E 77F2
Also not here: https://fedoraproject.org/keys
Or included inside this multiple keyfile:
It will be appreciated if this key was added to one of these links.
We've added the key information and download link to the keys page and
to the fedora.gpg. The verify page will require a bit more rewording.
Perhaps it's best to leave that until the F11 release? Then we can
make changes that will reflect the new check sum file name and the use
of sha256sum, and note that older releases used SHA1SUM and the
Todd OpenPGP -> KeyID: 0xBEAF0CE3 | URL: www.pobox.com/~tmz/pgp
To err is human; to blame it on somebody else is even more human.
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