<amz3>hello, I am trying to setup guix in lxc container. I followed the tutorial at gnu.org/s/guix about binary install. It went well. Until I tried to guix pull, I get the following error: guix package: error: build failed: while setting up the build environment: unable to make ?/? private mount: Permission denied
<rekado>demotri: but Debian is very well represented in RB.
<rekado>many other projects participate in the summits and on the mailing lists, but I don’t think any other project is as active in RB as Debian.
<demotri>rekado: OK. Thanks. I was just thinking, if it was so much Debian, does it make sense for them to have a special stand for RB? But then maybe it's worth to ask the RB-project for stand-sharing.
<civodul>demotri: i think it makes sense because R-B is an effort to spread the word beyond Debian
<civodul>whether it makes sense to share at all, i dunno
<demotri>civodul: About sharing: cons: It makes the whole process more complicated, you have to find a partner project. pros: I think chances are better, there is a high demand. pro: You can have just one person on the stand from Guix, and they can go to toilet while partner-project is still there. I think we have few people to be fully present.
<civodul>demotri: the pros may outweigh the cons then
<civodul>i guess you can try discussing it on the rb-general list or on #reproducible-builds on OFTC