<taylanub>Which just so happens to be the language implemented by the official extension language of the whole GNU project, and will hopefully in the near future be integrated into Emacs as well, and eventually (I can dream) integrated tightly with the Hurd.
<taylanub>("language implemented by the language" was a broken sentence .. I meant to say, Guile also implements other programming languages.)
<vic7>If I want to use something now, beining (still) under development may be a disadvantage, yes.
<taylanub>Obviously; I don't think anyone would recommend to use Guix on a mission-critical system at the moment. :P
<vic7>I only know about guile that it is some high level programming language that is similar to lisp.
<vic7>Obviously :) because the packages one would need are not available yet.
<taylanub>That's simplified to a degree that it's partially wrong .. and yeah, I don't think it's worth much trying to get into Guix if you don't care for Guile, but again I could be highly mistaken, I didn't dig into Guix at all yet myself, just know Guile and what Guix basically is.
<vic7>That seems to be not a strong argument for someone who does neither know guile nor NIX
<taylanub>If you want something fully usable right now, obviously Nix is the only choice. If you want to contribute to something that's under development, and are interested in Guile, Guix. That's what I'd say.