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> A slightly on/off-topic question:
> Would it be weird if there'd be another Guix related project-group in
> the GNU project (but with different goals)?
> I have lots of not really published data, and so far most of our time
> has been spend discussing and putting our mutual understanding of our
> goals into a format which can be understood by other people.
> But I'm having difficulties adjusting to the gitlab we use with infotropique
> in the infrastructure of ii. In a while we'll have the option to be hosted
> in a bigger environment, but I'd still consider the option to ask GNU (in
> other words, open a group/project request at savannah) to host the code
> parts of our work which is to some degree (and really tight) interwoven with
> Guix. The little bits we need to build on our own, we can build on our own
> infrastructure (and we aren't there yet for reasons).
> The code base is going towards a modular layout and will not incorporate files
> of Guix at all, so there'd be no confusion. I am almost done with the
> version 4.0 of the website where the general goals are explained.
> Our name is completely different, and it will be clear once you can read the
> texts and early documentation that there can be no confusion between the two.
> I could just ask via Savannah directly, but we work together. We're a team
> and I value opinions. If you think it's strange, I have other options to
> pick from, just not immediately.

Oh, I know that being hosted on Savannah is not immediately being a GNU
project, but I consider options to do that aswell.
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