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Re: Merging core-updates? OFF TOPIC PRAISE

From: Joshua Branson
Subject: Re: Merging core-updates? OFF TOPIC PRAISE
Date: Sun, 05 Mar 2023 17:18:42 -0500
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Christopher Baines <> writes:

> Christopher Baines <> writes:
>> Julien Lepiller <> writes:
>>> As discussed at Guix Days before Fosdem, we haven't merged core-updates
>>> in a very long time. I'd volunteer to lead this effort, but I don't
>>> know what steps I should follow. Do we have some documentation about
>>> that?
>> I can try and help with this, at least in terms of helping get
>> substitute availability to a good level.
>> I'd also like to get the kind of comparison that the qa-frontpage can do
>> for patches working for branches, but that'll probably take a bit of
>> work in the data service/qa-frontpage to get working smoothly.
> I've now addressed some performance issues with,
> which means that the comparisons for core-updates (and branches like it)
> should now work, even if they're still a bit slow.
> This has enabled to submit builds to the bordeaux build
> farm, they're still being slowly submitted but things have already
> started to happen for aarch64-linux at least.
> Once there's enough build data to work with, I'll see if I can start
> getting some information to show up on

Christopher thanks a million for your work on bordeaux and!  It's awesome that guix is moving towards having a QA
assurance that new patches won't break testsuitse!

Thanks again!


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