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Re: Where are suggestions or open discussions of Guix at large made?

From: Yasuaki Kudo
Subject: Re: Where are suggestions or open discussions of Guix at large made?
Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2020 11:20:22 +0900


Of course, I agree with everything that's said here.  That's exactly why I am 
excited about Guix!   

I think it has a sound mechanism to fine-tune the degree of impurity one wishes 
to accept.

What I was thinking was maybe more organizational - is someone coming up to 
form a group or something 😄 that provides for a compromised (in-terms of 
accountability and license) yet convenient environment, akin to Ubuntu, using 
the fine mechanisms mentioned here?

It looks like Guix is creating a ripe environment for a service provider to do 
these things 😄


> On Dec 8, 2020, at 09:51, zimoun <> wrote:
> Hi,
>> On Mon, 07 Dec 2020 at 22:55, wrote:
>> Guix repeats the idea of Nix, but realising it more preciously and
>> elegantly.
> The word “repeat” is incorrect here.  It is more appropriated to say:
> Guix is based on the idea of Nix or Guix applies similar ideas pioneered
> by Nix.
> The divergence is clear enough since the very beginning to not repeat
> the confusing / wrong: “Guix is a fork of Nix implemented in Scheme”.
>> It is hard to package some software you like for Guix,
> It depends on how much Love are we ready to put in? :-)
>> but forking guix breaking its elegance for just to install firmware, 
>> Oracle, Chrome and other stuff is not rational at all, i think.
> The concept of channels avoids to fork and instead allow to extend.  It
> is possible to extend by adding packages, as the channel guix-past for
> instance, or by adding subcommands, as the channel home-manager
> illustrates for example.
>> If you want popular comfortable OS on your home computer, that is not
>> idea of Guix.
> Popular is meaningless here.  Comfortable, if not then I feel I am
> failing and so please point your unpleasant experience and then let’s
> see how to fix it. :-)
> All the best,
> simon

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