<efraim>I think you also want a /boot (or /boot/efi) on vfat
<nixo_>Hi, my 'guix gc' is failing with 'error: build failed: executing SQLite statement: FOREIGN KEY constraint failed'. I saw on the irc log that i'm not the only one but could'nt find a way to solve. guix gc --verify doesn't fix it
<efraim>you also don't have any swap, and btrfs doesn't support swapfiles
<Kate18>civodul: I want to explain. Right now the possible contributions for the video/scripts/documentation making project are installin Guix and Making a package. But the project is about making stuff available for beginners. So, the question is - what is the goal of the project and how applicants will be assessed since there is no explicit requirement about making scripts available for users or about making videos with subtitles?
<civodul>Kate18: we thought about using and making small contributions to Guix as good first contributions because making those introductory scripts and videos will require some knowledge of Guix and the "big picture"
<civodul>i see this can be surprising that the first contributions are more "developer-oriented", so to speak
<civodul>but for us it's more of a way to get started understanding what Guix is about
<Kate18>civodul: I fully agree. I was just concerned about my efficiency. For example, right now I can't compete with other people because there is no criterion. For example, I can use ffmpeg and po4a for subtitle translation, make short and meaningful subtitles. But does it matter? Or should I build more packages?
<efraim>civodul: I can take a look later, aarch64 doesn't support '-m32' or '-m64'
<civodul>Kate18: it certainly matters of course, and that you can use these tools is very important to us
<civodul>as for building packages, i think what we care about is that you can use Guix yourself and have a feel about what it does, what's special about it, etc.
<Kate18>civodul: thanks, though I like guix I won't participate in the project - it is not clear how to make a better contribution. Maybe it would be better to make a prerequisite - knwoledge of guix and a contribution task to be reworking a peace of documentation into a script.
<mange>Is anyone using channels to pull from git repositories that need authentication? I'm getting "guix pull: error: Git error: authentication required but no callback set", and can't see any obvious way to fix that.