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Re: What is needed in guildhall to include it in Guile?

From: Amirouche
Subject: Re: What is needed in guildhall to include it in Guile?
Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2017 20:35:40 +0100
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Le 23/02/2016 à 17:57, Arne Babenhauserheide a écrit :
So, to summarize the things I can change:

- Add the path to the installed package in guild show <package> or list-packages
- Add a dynamical site as repository
- Package guix features
- Package guildhall in guix

And things I can’t change easily:
- Package many packages (I hope a site with easy uploads could change that)
- Add dynamically fetched packages (I’m not sure how to do that right —
   or whether I actually want to do it, given that this means executing
   code which is downloaded at runtime…)

Requirements for a guildhall website:
- easy upload (like marmalade?)

What do you mean by easy?
- download statistics
This doesn't necessarly mean that the website is not static. I am wondering what's best:

- static website
- interactive stuff à la github
- bug reporting possible (maybe a link to a bugtracker?)
I had that in my todo actually! But I'd like to know more
about how debbugs works to make. Basically outside email
 navigation what make debuggs a crazy good bugtracker.
Did I miss something?

A Question/Answer system, a pastebin and a search engine :)

Nala Ginrut writes:
I may anticipate the packages amount for Guile would be increasing if we
done it properly.
I’d think so, too.
Me too. Really! I think I need to scratch un itch and actually succesfully
contribute something useful... maybe... I will remix my culturia web stuff
into a guildhall website. That said I have an issue with registration/login
stuff anything related with setting cookies I don't find a good abstraction,
for it.

I keep you posted.
Best wishes,

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