<sneek>codemac, fps says: i pondered the question of truly versioned packages, before, too. there might be ways around digging stuff out from git to get a certain version
<lfam>davexunit: One thing about python2-pythondialog is that that is the upstream name. Also, it is a separate codebase from python-dialog, which is a python-3 program. They are maintained separately.
<lfam>davexunit: And thank you! For getting it started and helping finish it.
<codemac>I got rid of the warning by symlinking my .local/share/icons folder, but it doesn't seem to actually load the icons now. hm.
<lfam>codemac: I wish I could help more than this but I've never used Thunar. However, I have noticed "hicolor" scrolling by in my profile conflict warnings in certain transactions. So perhaps you have a conflict and the wrong package has been chosen by the "conflict resolution" mechanism, which I believe does something simple like pick the first conflict.
<taylan>sneek: later tell davexunit sounds like a flag to use the system's regexp library rather than a bundled one
<frendo>What's the most common pronounciation for GNU, /dʒiː en juː/ or /nuː/ or /genuː/?
<Digit>i <3 guix. ( guix sd, the only os i am currently using... not counting systemrescuecd on system with hd failure (bye voidlinux)). ) wondering if there are any fun game packages ... or perhaps even some non-game helpful low hanging fruit ... to help keep me entertained/occupied/distracted while waiting for replacement hardware to arrive. (will install guixsd on new hd (+ space for a bedrock nyla)).
<efraim>Digit: whatever game interests you. I have on my "eventually list" bambam and gcompris
<Digit>well, i've been a terrible teeworlds addict recently.
<efraim>need some patched version of adns to straight up use `--use-tor`
<efraim>I didn't add sqlite though, so no TOFU support
<efraim>tofu being trust on first use, with a cool name
<TML>so does guix borrow a lot of ideas from nix? That is, if I find things in guix that don't make sense to me, could I be reading nixos docs to find more info there? Or are the similiarities completely superficial?
<davexunit>TML: guix and nix are similar in a lot of ways, but also different in a lot of ways.
<davexunit>did someone update something they shouldn't have?
<TML>so I've edited /etc/config.scm to add "ssh" to use-service-modules, and (cons* (lsh-service #:port-number 22) %desktop-services) into my services section, and then did "guix system reconfigure /etc/config.scm", but there's still nothing listening on port 22. Where did I screw up?
<TML>It did go through lsh-make-seed, so I got at least SOMETHING right