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Sat, 01 Dec 2018 19:20:26 +0100
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.1 (gnu/linux)
‘core-updates’ seems to be in a rather good shape. Unfortunately, the
web UI and APIs of hydra.gnu.org and berlin.guixsd.org make it difficult
to have a clear view of the situation.
“make assert-binaries-available” passes for all architectures, meaning
we have Emacs/X11 among other things available as substitutes.
The ‘bootstrap-tarballs’ package is available on all platforms including
On x86_64, LibreOffice, IceCat, etc. are available as substitutes; ‘guix
weather’ reports only 50% of coverage on berlin and 80% on
mirror.hydra.gnu.org (we’ll have to elucidate the bad number on berlin.)
I’m using ‘core-updates’ for both my system and my user profile.
Overall I’m in favor of merging.
What do people think?
- Merging core-updates,
Ludovic Courtès <=