<taylanub>there's many executables in /gnu/store with dangling .so references. (specifically to libjack it seems, but also others.) if I use my Debian system's ldd, these resolve to .so files on my system. this is probably a bug, right? (or each instance is an individual packaging bug, assuming our ld handling cannot do a better job.)
<mark_weaver>a lot of those are probably not really issues, but it's great to have that set of possible issues to look through
<pepperleekpotato>Hello guys, I've recently installed Guix and I'm testing it these days. I know it's work in progress but I've noticed a few bugs and I could mention some things that I found difficult to configure until I have a working system. Is it worth mailing the guix-dev or is it just for super-technical stuff there?
<taylanub>pepperleekpotato: you might want to directly file bug reports, sending mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. that way they will be archived and won't be forgotten in case they're minor end-user concerns which don't immediately get developer attention
<pepperleekpotato>hi taylanub. ok i'll do this. do i just subscribe and then just mail bug-guix? should i send an email per possible bug?
<pepperleekpotato>and B) can I file bugs for the system distribution too or just the package manager?
<taylanub>pepperleekpotato: AFAIK you don't need to subscribe (that would be weird for a bug-report ML), and you can report bugs for both (development is united as of now, and I guess it will remain so)