<lambdanil>You could go ahead and make a separate definition - copy the definition found with "guix edit lokke", put it in a new file, import the necessary modules, then you can finally go ahead and try switching the source tree and messing with the build.
<janneke>terribly slow progress building coreutils-boot0
<janneke>first, need -Wl,-rpath -Wl," (assoc-ref %build-inputs "libc") "/lib"
<janneke>now IGNORE_UNUSED_LIBRARIES_CFLAGS= to get rid of -Wl,--as-needed
<janneke>jpoiret: doe we have a bug open for broken hurd native compilation?
<janneke>jpoiret: i've just built coreutils-boot0, i'm opening a bug with patch so that "people" may discuss
<ytc>could someone please explain what is purpose of declaring the packages in the home profile? i don't see those packages in my PATH variable if i didn't install them with "guix install" but wrote it in home-environment's 'packages' field.
<ieugen[m]>I got that version of lokke but it's very old
<ieugen[m]>right now I am trying to run guix from source in container and when I make it make: *** [Makefile:5146: doc/guix.ru.info] Error 1
<dcunit3d>if i reply to a help-guix mailing list with nnimap in guix with firstname.lastname@example.org in the CC field, will that appear in the mailing list? i've already posted to the list, but i was having trouble with gnus last night. the mails are showing as sent in my webmail
<davidl>nckx: thanks for the link. A possibility is to keep a TODO.org file in the git repo (TODO-headers like PROPOSED, IN PROGRESS etc.), I wonder what you would think of that? Although I don't really wanna suggest more work to current maintainers, and it might not be worth it in the end. Though it might also be a base for GSOC projects, maybe funding, etc.
<janneke>these new gnulib stackoverflow tests are terrible
<mwette>This is crazy (fun) using guile to configure an OS.
<mwette>I'm getting error in config.scm. I want to remove network-manager-service-type, but getting error that it's not defined. Do I need a user-service-module? If so, what?