<pkill9>vixus: I don't think so (as long as you define the modules to match the directory path), however it's good practise to put everything under your name, e.g. put your packages in a "vixus" subdirectory/namespace, so that they won't conflict with any other channels if you or someone else adds your channel
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<rekado>civodul: hmm, no idea what’s up with hydra-guix-25
<rekado>I’m having a meeting this week to get approval for funding the replacement build farm .
<wednesday>OK then thanks, I'll look into getting that done soon today
<roptat>normally, you have three commits in your tree, just send them in the order given by "git format-patch -3"
<wednesday>well right now the packages are just in my package path, I still need to git clone and format them as a git patcd
<roptat>you can send an email to guix-patches@ with a description of the patches, wait to receive a confirmation with a bug number, then use "git send-email --to=<number>@debbugs.gnu.org *.patch" (make sure you don't have unrelated patch files)
<puoxond>Something seriously messed up one of my Guix machines.
<puoxond>For some reason the uids got shifted around. Now everything in my home directory is owned by an other user and the other user's home directory is owned by some large uid (30011).
<ArneBab>efraim: it can’t be seeking on disk. I can find / within <30s, but building manpages takes longer than anything else (as long as the substitutes are ready).
<ArneBab>I use a 1TiB NVMe disk as root disk, something else has to slow down the manpages.
<puoxond>All the passwords got reset too. And tor-service can't be started.
<ArneBab>puoxond: I read your message, but can’t help — I don’t know where that could come from. Just wanted to tell you that people see what you write here and will read the logs, so please stick around until someone is here who has an idea how to check what happened.
<puoxond>ArneBab: I'll stick around. Fortunately this did not (yet) happen on my main machine.
<amz3>anyone runs guix on raspberry or something similar?
<fanta7531>raspberry is not freedom respecting platform
<apteryx_>I'm trying to use Guix on a project to freeze a working dev environment into a docker image, for archival and reproducibility purposes. The project's flow is to use CQFD (a small bash script wrapper), which, amongst other things, use that docker image and tries to create a user and group that matches the host user & group.