I've stopped using Arch ever since I've switched to GuixSD (a functional-oriented distribution focusing on reproducible builds and completely custimizable in Guile Scheme) and it's now quite clear that there will be no coming back.
My involvement in this new project and in others (Emacs, Next Browser) takes a lot more time than what I can afford into maintaining my Arch packages. I have a bunch of out-of-date packages in [community]: - emms - qutebrowser - udiskie - uncrustify Other [community] packages: - catdvi - ccrypt - dtach - fzf - gtypist - mu (A user requested that we built msg2pdf as part of the package) - pdfjs (optional for qutebrowser) - pstotext - python-keyutils (required by udiskie) - python-pypeg2 (require by qutebrowser) - tcc - trash-cli - xcape - xss-lock And on the AUR: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/?K=Ambrevar&SeB=m I hope the Arch community keeps up with the good work! Cheers!  https://www.gnu.org/software/guix/  http://next-browser.com/ -- Pierre Neidhardt
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