*ggrant is trying to think of what landmark packages still needs to be done, before he can seriously use the Upstream distro around 1.0. kbd and wpa_supplicant are the only big system tools he acknowledges thusfar.
<ggrant>I have libnl, I just need to bother with wpa_supplicant again one of these days.
<ggrant>Kbd still has that odd unicode thing, iirc
<jmd>civodul: For example, tor it's neither a gnu package, not part of the gnu system so far as I'm aware.
<civodul>by definition, if it's in this repo, then it's part of the GNU sytem :-)
<ggrant>civodul: I understand, but I'm afraid of critics to spread this attitude as-if it was an intentional claim to ownership. I've already seen this a lot, with a common response to the assertion of the system classification "GNU+Linux" or "GNU/Linux".
<jmd>So why do we need the gnu directory at all? We could move everything in it down one level.
<civodul>sriharsha: oh good that you could reproduce it
<civodul>could you run that process in "strace -f", and send the output?
<civodul>Andreas has tried to package GNUnet, but there were some issues with the test suite, i thihnk
<ggrant>zacts: A general/flexible profile generator, via EDSL, I'm really excited for. Right now, you can experiment with the vm generator, for such a build, but it's not the prettiest to play with from what I can tell. I never was able to generate a bigger vm image... :^P
<sriharsha>GNUnet test cases require networking over loopback to be enabled, but that seems to be forbidden in guix
<sriharsha>Which module should I have to include to address this error: failed to evaluate expression `(@ (gnu packages gnunet) libgnurl)': (unbound-variable #f "Unbound variable: ~S" (search-patch) #f)