<civodul>zimoun: i don't know, but it wouldn't be hard to find out :-)
<zimoun>« “I think there’s this big gap between scientific research and programming. [. . . ] I think bootstrappability and reproducible builds could be an enormous boost for free software, and inspire people to move towards free software and free software practices.” - P17 »
<zimoun>from my point of view, it would be simpler to locally generate a Docker image using Guix and push it to DockerHub then use it for GitHub CI than “Install Guix” and manage “Guix cache” directly in the CI itself.
<zimoun>But maybe PurpleSym “actions” can work out of the box :-)
<bkm>CI is great. But things may change 5 to 10 years from now.
<PurpleSym>zimoun: Can you actually use custom images on GitHub?
<zimoun>you can on GitLabCI so I was assuming you also can on GitHub. Maybe you have right.
<civodul>the name "ubuntu-latest" is resolved on DockerHub, or is it a GitHub-specific image registry?
<flypaper-ultimat>zimoun: wrt locally generating a guixy dockerimage; yeah that was also my experience.