<mark_weaver>to whomever is asking for another core-updates evaluation: please wait until we have the results of 'wip-gd-fix' branch, so I can merge that into master and core-updates before asking for another evaluation.
<sapientech>mark_weaver: after some research, confirming this is an emacs, not guix issue. trying a workaround....
<mark_weaver>sapientech: it's possible that other builds will fail for the same reason
<sapientech>workaround worked, will see if other builds fail too
<mark_weaver>okay, 'wip-gd-fix' was successful. cherry-picked to master and merged to core-updates
<lfam>Huh. I'm trying to update btrfs-progs to the latest (4.6.1), but the test suite fails because it can't find `e2fsck`. Of course, the directory containing `e2fsck` is on PATH, and the code that checks for it is just doing `which e2fsck`. So... somehow the build process is ignoring PATH.
<lfam>The error message was misleading — `which` itself was missing.
<sneek>civodul, jlicht says: something SPARQL-like would be amazing, althoug for my use-case, I could make it work with simple filters and maps
<sneek>civodul, lfam says: Do you think that this error message when pushing a new branch to Savannah is related to the new signed-commit hook? "remote: fatal: bad object 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000". Mark got that message a few minutes ago, after some brief downtime
<ng0>well it is finished. i have used this for a while here myself.. but it will only be fully functional with the gnunet service i need to write… unless i can debug it, but form my experience it will be easier with the service (how it's intended to be run)
<ng0>amz3: did you ask for firefox on the list a while ago?
<amz3>ng0: no, I know it's not going to be included in guix
<ng0>replies can lag behind i am learning new elayout
<ng0>i ask because i passed a wip of ff to someone
<ng0>abandoned it because of icecat and because through discussion I found out how to package torbrowser, when someone will get to it or for my personal notes on how to apply gentoo packaging of it to guix. i'm not sure if it was 100% done discussing it, but at least pretty complete