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Re: [GNUnet-developers] Shepperd service and guixsd declarative configur

From: ng0
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] Shepperd service and guixsd declarative configuration of gnunet
Date: Fri, 08 Apr 2016 19:04:40 +0200
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tg(x) <address@hidden> writes:

>> I don't think it make sense to integrate 'testbed', as that's really for
>> experiments by researchers and never a system service.
> It might be useful if you want to run your experiments on lots of Guix nodes.

I think I leave that to extend for others, currently my map is:
1. understand enough guile to understand some of the network
   services we have
2. write a (user) serving basic service
3. expand this service to include all necessary options.
4. advanced -> testbed and other things if necessary/possible.
   When we have "guix deploy" it might make sense to have a
   testbed option.

>> Most of the "interesting" options you can also manipulate via
>> 'gnunet-setup', but that largely raises the question of how to enable
>> such a tool the Guix-way.
> Guix could provide a GUI for editing the system configuration
> at some point but I guess that's not a priority.

Exactly, as an gui for configuring the system in general is no
priority at this point.

Btw, i did not know that "*" was valid in email
uniforms. Fascinating.

> -tg


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