<jlicht>good news! I have the recently released Forge (for emacs) packaged for Guix! It works _amazingly well_, and I should be able to push my packages once tarsius creates proper versions of all dependencies early next year.
<roptat>so I'm trying to update our groovy package, and I need to update java-asm
<roptat>there's a cyclic dependency with java-jarjar, which doesn't build with the new java-asm
<roptat>jarjar is not developped anymore, but I found a fork that seems to be active
<roptat>I haven't tested yet, but I think it might build with the newer java-asm
***rekado_ is now known as rekado
<rekado>could you leave the old java-asm around for jarjar?
<brendyyn>I first had lavabit.com, which suddenly died, then I ran my own server, which was traumatising, then openmailbox.org, which i donated to when it was free, suddenly became monetised, which i paid for only for it to die for months, not that it ever ran well in the first place
<jlicht>I like posteo, for the reason they (claim to) use green energy, and promote encrypting your email, while still offering everything I need :)
<jlicht>to notice these kinds of issues in the future, try to set up your editor of choice to properly format s-expressions so you can quickly see suspicious indents for cases like these, ChrisAbela. I use emacs, but I think most editors have some plugin or command to do this for you.
<pkill9>jlicht: you can use inferior packages for the kernel now
<jlicht>pkill9: I noticed, very exciting news indeed!