<efraim>Got my internet working again, turns out the internet company blacklisted the MAC address of my router, probably a money grab, once I told it to use one from another machine on my network it suddenly started working again
<marusich>DusXMT, I haven't seen that, myself, recently. Without further information, my best guess is that perhaps the connection between your machine and the substitute server was interrupted for some reason. For now, you can probably work around it by using --fallback.
<marusich>It is also possible that a substitute is corrupt on the substitute server, but without further information, I'm inclined to suspect your connection first.
<marusich>rekado, I for one would appreciate your snippet for Emacs
<efraim>CharlieBrown: your Tilda works? Mine insists on making a new config each time I launch it.
<mwette>Why does the guix daemon (need to) run as root?
<mb[m]1>Any suggestions for how to organize patches from the glibc stable branch? I'm thinking just using numbers in the order they were added. Categorizing them all will be a lot of work, and not all are connected to a bug/have sufficient context.