And with pungi there really is no added value to jigdo - pungi is
simple and fast and will use whatever updates you want.
ll that work every time? Of course not.
The problem is that Fedora mirrors do not keep older updates, so the jigdo
file just doesn't work. By the time the respin goes out, it already
references updates which no longer exist. (For example, this respin has KDE
4.1.4 on it. By the time it was released, we had already pushed KDE 4.2.0,
so the 4.1.4 updates are no longer available. The more time passes, the
more updates are affected.)