<wigust>oriansj: Could you try to download lightdm-gtk-greeter manually? Like “guix download https://launchpad.net/…” (first URL above ERROR in log). Or just try later. Seems launchpad is not available for you now for some reason.
<wigust>oriansj: I failed to build lightdm-gtk-greeter, too. It's strange for me, because when I manually copy failed URL and paste to “guix download” then it works. Did you open a bug report? Maybe I'll try to fix it, if I could.
<catern>dear #guix, what are the prospects for interoperability between Guix and Nix? using the same daemon? depending on packages produced by one, from the other?
<catern>unfortunately i've been forced into pushing for Nix in my group rather than Guix (which I'd prefer) 'cause it seemed like people were more scared of Guix and I wanted to make my work as light as possible
<catern>but I want to keep my options open for the future :)
<catern>(or more specifically use guix in the future)
<catonano>why are they scared ? Because of scheme ?
<catonano>you should ask Eben Moglen for advice ;-)
<Apteryx>efraim: I see you are interested in btrfs raid
<efraim>Apteryx: yeah, it goes nicely in my free desktop with muliple leftover drives :)
<Apteryx>I'm looking at it also. I'm under the impression that it is unnecessary to define explicitly the mapped device. btrfs seems to be able to scan and assemble the devices itself. We only need our initrd to run the command `btrfs device scan`. We can then mount the assembled raid with any of the drive which is part of it (so we can simply use /dev/sda say in our config)... Seems easy enough!