<joe42>Hello all. I was told there may be guile users here. I want to learn to program. And I would really like to begin with guile. Aside from the resources on the guile website, where might one learn programming techniques?
<brendyn>I can I guess. It's just slow and they update the file unannounced every few months
<brendyn>One font has no license notice anywhere to be found, but is based of a 2000 year old book. I suppose it is public domain?
<snape>but for a package, it does not matter, once the source is downloaded by a guix mirror (hydra), it is downloaded from there by its guix users.
<ng0>hi, for those who happen to be using fish-guix (at least one person does as far as I know), I did a proper release today. patch is up to be review :)
<ng0>Also CharlieBrown there are reasons and your perception of "mean person" is a twisted view of reality. Ignoring people is my default when I get yelled at in emails, fyi. I think I even have you blocked here so I won't see your reply.
<ng0>we should form a group to bother gpg keyservers for so long they all update to the version which supports at least EC keys. Or maybe all these people who tell me "I can't get your key from the keyservers" are using gpg versions below gpg 2 :/
<ng0>X-Mailer: Apple Mail (2.3273) well okay then. Apple, please keep up to date. thanks.
<CcxWrk>I'm getting a build failure upon a `guix pull' from clean install.
<CcxWrk>builder for `/gnu/store/vy48q3a6hf1g69vy6g5vdg658dr03yca-serf-1.3.8.drv' failed with exit code 1
<CcxWrk>cannot build derivation `/gnu/store/rbbjwhv53hz3da9lwp1dras9y0knlfgf-subversion-1.8.17.drv': 1 dependencies couldn't be built
<blu_>Howdy fellas. I'm new to Guix and have had some fun installing GuixSD and playing around with it. And now I have some newbie questions that I haven't been able to find answers to. Basically, I don't want a login manager, and just want to call my xinit script manually.
<blu_>But there's no /etc/X11 directory, so no xorg.conf, and so X can't find the modules it needs from xf86-video-intel. I can see there's a xorg-configuration-file defined in xorg.scm that does what I need, but I don't know the correct way to leverage this from my operating system config. Should I create a custom service?
<DoublePlusGood23>Hello. I'm currently using guix from the Parabola repos and seem to be running into issues with it