<janneke>yes, very nice experience; thanks for your help
<tsholokhova>Hello everyone! My name is Tatiana. I am interested in guix and I would like to make a contribution for Outreachy/GSoC. I am looking for a package for which I can add a package definition. Could you give me a hint on where to look for such packages?
<catonano2>tsholokhova: Hi Tatiana, welcome ! Personally I'd love to have some more packages related to the GNUStep project
<iyzsong>tsholokhova: welcome! After install guix and have setup the develop workflow (git checkout and compile), you can browser the packages list (guix package -A, or guix source) and find something you using but missing. hint: libraries are usually easy to package than applications, eg: if you use python, add a python package.
<Gamayun>Привет Татьяна! I would also recommend looking for packages you use or are interested in first.. There are also bigger projects like packages and services to get KDE Plasma working.
<tsholokhova>Thanks everyone for your replies. I will try your suggestions, especially I like the idea with python packages.
<iyzsong>tsholokhova: the guix manual (especially the Contributing section) and the git repository should be the main reference, then please ask here (or mailing list) when any thing is not clear. good luck :-)
<mlatu>so, could these process mentioned in the link be configured in the guixsd system configurations?
<ng0>I will try to work on an mlmmj service next month. I'm still playing around with it on Debian with a backport, but it seems to me much more friendly than Mailman. The fact that mlmmj is filebased makes it easy to interact with as a service. Just the interaction of services might be tricky or getting tests right.