<ng0>i'll fix gnunet once the release is out, the tests run again
<ng0>for completeness, i'll fix up gnunet with all optional settings i found over the last year i worked on it and publish the wip in the thread
<catonano>jlicht: now it's working. don't understand
<ng0>4 out of 59 tests failed. I'll investigate and fix that, then the patch gets posted
<catonano>ng0: thanks. I would have started building your gnnet-svn package right now
<catonano>ng0: as I wrote already I want to try it but today this gnutls issue came up
<ng0>the current pcakge visible on the list will not succeed. I'll either have it today or tomorrow fixed. afterwards the optional parts will follow, minus the ones which are marked "experimental" upstream
<ng0>i findit easier to work with this in guix then in gentoo.. the package definition there is much longer
<ng0>but i also had almost a year work on this in gentoo
<ng0>guix is also more precise and specific.. failed when i forgot a switch with the gnurl update, in gentoo i pushed it without the new one at first because it did build succesfully
<catonano>ng0: I'm looking forward to try gnunet. Thanks for your work
<ng0>there's one transition i need to make.. figure out a way to fix the dependency on sudo OR setup as root to install with gnss or what it was. I need to do gnunet service and then figure out if it's really necessary or if we just can continue to skip this
<catonano>ng0: sorry, I don't know what you're talking about. Dependency on sudo ? Skip this ?
<ng0>not important, you'll either understand when you read README in svn/gnunet/ or disregard as unimportant.
<sapientech>hi everyone, someone can email the dev group without an account yeah?
<sapientech>also, icecat is crashing after install, anyone having similar issues?
<catonano>sapientech: I used icecat for a whie but it crashed a bit too often for my tastes. Sometimes it kept crashing continuosly, as soon as I relaunched it, it crashed instantly. I had to close the tabs, in ordert to make it settle