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Re: It's time to build "guix deploy"

From: Pjotr Prins
Subject: Re: It's time to build "guix deploy"
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2019 17:55:11 +0100
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On Thu, Feb 14, 2019 at 04:35:47PM +0100, Giovanni Biscuolo wrote:
> the very reason I'm here is I don't want to use *anymore* *any* of them,
> with all due _respect_ for the venerable projects, your included!

I did not intend to push my 'solution'. I want to get away from that

> I've used Puppet and some Ansible, studied CFengine and Salt
> Stack... then discovered Nix and rigth next Guix: what else? :-)
> [...]
> > and the emacs files sit in a git directory in the same tree and get
> > copied across running 'deploy emacs.yaml'.
> yes, we still miss "stateless user services config" (Pierre Neidhardt
> wrote an interesting summary here
> I'd like to be able to declaratively manage a *stateless* .config/
> instead of managing configuration with dotfiles [2]
> anyway Guix is _perfect_ to declare and deploy system services, what we
> miss is a little more abstraction (from operating-system to
> infrastructure?) and remote control of "guix system reconfigure"
> am I missing something?

I think you misread my E-mail. No doubt my fault ;).


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