<ng0>could be that it was recently solved in gnunet.
<catern>ZombieCh1cken: well, it'll have to be done if we're to eliminate all setuid binaries! we might even gain things out of it :)
<catern>ng0: I don't know what gnunet setuid stuff there is, but maybe with gnunet it would be easy enough to restructure them into a daemon/client IPC model? since gnunet is a networking application after all
<ng0>well that's a misconception, but as I said I can't give 100% certain info about this right now
<ng0>I'll update on this when I've looked at my bugtickets.
<alezost>paroneayea: re "M-x guix-hydra-package-status": If I understand correctly, you want "C-u M-x guix-hydra-latest-builds", but you have to specify a full job name for this, which looks like this: "guile-2.0.12.x86_64-linux"
<alezost>also note that hydra is slow (often unresponsively slow)
<alezost>paroneayea: btw this info can also be accessed from a package info: try "M-x guix-packages-by-name emacs", and press any "Supported systems" button (like x86_64-linux)
<quigonjinn>dvc: sure. if anyone else needs it i can post it here, until it is ready for guix-devel. just give me some time to make sure it's all working because i made some recent changes.
<quigonjinn>side question. what is the correct file to put an HID-Class API library package in?
<roptat>there's something I don't understand: "(make <service> ...)" where is make defined? or is it part of scheme?
<lfam>ACTION works on updating BIND and isc-dhcp's bundled BIND
<jmd>lfam: I thought bind was pretty much up-to-date