<nckx>Not sure if ‘swears’ is quite it. I'd personally be OK with someone contributing with an @poop.lol address (just roll my eyes but fine), but that particular site comes with tonnes of extra unpleasantness that just isn't aligned with our values at all.
<nckx>Anyway, how about disroot.org or something? Just randomly off the top of my head.
<wednesday>I'll have a look, any that wont sell my soul to the nsa and friends is a good choice
<wednesday>I assume only cool kid get to have any of the gnu email addresses :(
<nckx>wednesday: Only way to be sure of that is to run your own. On Guix, of course. Works for me. Now I just have to trust my hosting provider and ISP and every single correspondent and...
<wednesday>how are them tests and kernels chugging along ha
<nckx>I see a certain such cool GNU person added Guix to git-send-email.io ☺
<nckx>The tests are waiting for build slots from the kernels, I'm afraid.
<dongcarl>Hi all, I've discovered that I can generate cross-compiler packages with `cross-gcc` and boy is it a joy to work with
<wednesday>ha no worries, I may be going to sleep soon though, late over here
<dongcarl>I'm wondering if I could specify which gcc version I want the cross compiler to be?
<nckx>wednesday: It's 1 in the morning here, I understand. I'll close the bug if (probably when) I push. I'll leave the mypy patches open for review for now, they're not that old.
<nckx>dongcarl: I've never used CROSS-GCC but I see that it takes an optional #:XGCC argument.
<nckx>I'd naively assume that the output GCC is of the same version.
<dongcarl>nckx: I used it to specify gcc-8 but there was a dependency error
<nckx>I was surprised at how well they handled my obscure layout & frankly ridiculous set of XKB options, but did notice that GRUB fails to honour it still.
<wednesday>nckx: well with (keyboard-layout "us" "dvp") in operating-system I get wed/system/pc.scm:64:1: error: invalid field specifier, with (keyboard-layout (keyboard-layout "us" "dvp")) I get wed/system/pc.scm:208:63: Wrong type to apply: #<<keyboard-layout> name: "us" variant: "dvp" model: #f options: ()>
<wednesday>and with the bootloader it just made my keyboard not work ha
<nckx>And it works even on the Linux console! (Well, probably not terminate:ctrl_alt_bksp ;-) ) Maybe you missed the ‘double‘ keyboard-layout?
<apteryx>would someone here knows how to determine when shepherd is done initializing the services defined in a config? If I put 'shepherd --config my-config.scm' in my xsession, it goes on to execute the next command (non-blocking), which could be an issue.
<tune>can someone look into updating the mumble package to 1.3.x? currently it's on 1.2.19 where apparently pulse considers it a phone, making it mute music apps. on 1.3 they declare themselves as a game which doesn't cause this issue.
<civodul>tune: consider giving it a try and sending a patch :-)
<wednesday>nckx: Nah that's fine, I had some patches for some lispy things, the one patch there that I /need/ was the update to bordeaux-threads, when I updated it in my package path I would get complaints about it being imported from 2 modules heh
<wednesday>It's all stuff that I needed to build next browser from git, if you use it heh
<nckx>Nope. Waiting for it to mature. Interesting that you do, though.
<nckx>wednesday: Regexes can get unwieldly fast but that seems like a manageable set. We'll just have to be very careful not to parse e.g. ’GPL3+ except ...’ as ‘gpl3+’. Maybe have the importer add a comment with the raw string value whenever it falls back to regexing. Anyway, stuff to be discussed on the ML ☺
*nckx can't get backspace, pipe, and backstroke keys to work on their new 'top and is becoming very annoyed.
<nckx>No, backspace is not ‘XF86ScreenSaver’ you dolt.
<dongcarl>apteryx: And always one package one worker, correct?
<apteryx>I would expect so, but I haven't double check in the manual.
<abcdw>apteryx, no, installed only guile-readline. Also tried to do guix enviornment guile guile-readline. Same result.
<apteryx>actually, maybe more like one derivation per worker, and there are usually one main derivation per package I believe (a derivation is the Guile build script that a package was lowered ("compiled") to)
<apteryx>abcdw: weird, try installing guile in your user profile and then start a fresh shell and try
<abcdw>apteryx, I tried, it said that "following env vars defs may be needed:" and showed export commands examples, but not updated GUILE_LOAD_PATH, new bash instance also have GUILE_LOAD_PATH equal to system profile
<apteryx>abcdw: you might need to relogin for the new variable definitions to take effect
<pkill9>sneek: tell dannym I get the issue with `guix gc` failing to complete with "guix gc: error: executing SQLite statement: FOREIGN KEY constraint failed", and I've sent an email to the bug report for it that you replied to, with debug information, but I don't know if I sent it right (plus i didn't reply to your message, I replied to the original one), this is the
<sneek>dannym, pkill9 says: I get the issue with `guix gc` failing to complete with "guix gc: error: executing SQLite statement: FOREIGN KEY constraint failed", and I've sent an email to the bug report for it that you replied to, with debug information, but I don't know if I sent it right (plus i didn't reply to your message, I replied to the original one), this is the