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<rekado_>mark_weaver: nss on mips finally built! Took only 1d 4h 14m 19s
<rekado_>now icedtea6 on mips could be restarted (it's still listed as a cached failure because of nss)
<civodul>hey there!
<rekado_>civodul: thanks for your mail about this permission problem I have. I can only test and reply in the evening (~ 10 hrs from now). Sorry for the delay!
<civodul>i may be available on IRC this evening
<rekado_>numpy rebuilds require a lot of time. I would like to make them substitutable on x86_64 and i686 by building them against openblas. (On MIPS we don't have a working openblas yet.) Yay or nay?
<phant0mas>sneek: later tell civodul, will push 05dd3496796bbb5a59314c60ebd2d4656155e4ee from wip-hurd to core-updates as well.
<sneek>Will do.
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<phant0mas>mark_weaver: did a mistake on commit ba42199eb34d6598d8639528250e460aa18c3fc1 in core-updates, and forgot the ` in (native-inputs ("m4" ,m4))
<phant0mas>what should I do now?
<phant0mas>sorry for the mistake...
<taylanub>phant0mas: push a patch that fixes it. no force-pushing.
<phant0mas>taylanub: what should be the commit message?
<taylanub>something in the usual style I'd say. maybe 'gnu: foobar: Add missing quasiquote.' with a short elaboration below
<taylanub>and the usual ChangeLog style lines of course
<phant0mas>of course, thank you taylanub :-)
<phant0mas>every time I am pushing to the repo, I am getting terrified :P
<taylanub>I had that too. one gets used to it :) shouldn't become sloppy of course.
<phant0mas>believe me, after this, I will triple check before I press push :P
<zacts>a new security vulnerability was found
<zacts>I guess it affects TLS, and some versions of OpenSSH?
<zacts>(in case you haven't heard of it already)
<zacts>mark_weaver: ^
<mark_weaver>phant0mas: don't worry about it. I've certainly made my share of mistakes, and I'm not alone :)
<mark_weaver>zacts: what versions of OpenSSH are affected? can you provide a reference for that?
*mark_weaver just read LWN's article on logjam, and it didn't mention SSH at all.
<zacts>mark_weaver: sorry but I don't know... I've tried searching the openbsd-openssh mailing lists, but the archive services reccomends wasn't really helpful for me.
<zacts>I really don't know where to find this information yet
<zacts>perhaps the debian mailing lists?
<mark_weaver> recommends using the latest version of OpenSSH, which we already have in Guix, so until I hear otherwise I guess we're okay on that front.
<mark_weaver>however, I see now that we may need to update our GnuTLS asap :-(
<zacts>ah yeah
<zacts>mark_weaver: please don't rely on me personally to update you on if OpenSSH needs a patch, as I would love to do this, but I may be in over my head with studying and projects...
<zacts>although, I'll still let you know if I do find anything
<mark_weaver>that's fine, I'm not relying on you :)
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<civodul>phant0mas: commit dedaf in core-updates has another typo: native-inputs must be a list, which it is not
<sneek>Welcome back civodul, you have 1 message.
<sneek>civodul, phant0mas says: will push 05dd3496796bbb5a59314c60ebd2d4656155e4ee from wip-hurd to core-updates as well.
<phant0mas>well, this is definitely not my day
<phant0mas>I am not ever pushing anything to core-updates again unless I get an ok from you :P
<paroneayea>hello #guix
<civodul>phant0mas: np, that happens!
<civodul>just take your time, relax, and don't panic ;-)
<civodul>hey, paroneayea!
<paroneayea>hi civodul, what's happenin'
<civodul>well, staring at incredible bugs, that sort of thing ;-)
<civodul>& you?
<civodul>rekado: /run/setuid-programs/sudo does have the 's' bits and is root-owned, right?
<paroneayea>civodul: just read that thread about /gnu/store on-list, I can guess what incredible bug you mean :)
<civodul>yes, that one has been haunting me