When attempting to update my Ubuntu system today, the update failed because the apt repository I’ve used for Lutris for the past year or so (http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/strycore/xUbuntu_18.04) gave an invalid signature error for the repo key (EXPKEYSIG).
After a bit of google and forum searching failed to turn up any information about when the repo key would be updated, I took a look at the Download Lutris page. It now refers to an Ubuntu PPA (https://launchpad.net/~lutris-team/+archive/ubuntu/lutris) rather than the old openSUSE Build Service repo. The info page for ‘lutris-team’ shows that the account was created 3 days ago on March 23, 2019.
I wish there had been an announcement of the migration to Launchpad and a transition period to allow people to migrate their repository settings before allowing the old repo key to expire and causing system updates to fail. Since the new repo is so new, I’m uncertain whether it’s actually ready for general use yet, despite being mentioned on the Download page.
So what’s the word? Is this now the official repo for Ubuntu distributions and derivatives?
Thanks in advance for any info.