fanquake: Ah there's not much to read up on :-) It's just saying that because of the way Guix is designed, you can deterministically build packages as if Guix was a few versions ago, or this commit at this remote, _without_ doing a `guix pull`. It's good to make sure that people who are getting the latest Guix version won't have inconsistencies just because their Guix is newer.
dongcarl fair enough. guix pull also seems to be fairly heavy, more so inside a vm, so sitting on an older version/not having to worry about staying too up to date is handy.
I was testing out the multiple wallets UI stuff (on testnet) and managed to create new addresses in the wrong wallet
I created them from the console and it wasn't obvious at the time that they where created in the 'other' wallet
ossifrage: it's not necessarily totally intuitive, but the console has its own wallet dropdown, separate from the one in the main window
if you have thoughts on how it could be made more intuitive, I encourage you to share, but since the console is mostly meant for power users, I think there is not a lot of push behind making it more user-friendly
probably it should display it more prominently in the commands and responses, like a prompt or something, I don't recall off the top of my head whether or where it is shown other than in the dropdown
[16:36:12]  luke-jr #bitcoin-builds You have joined too many channels
we don't need a channel for every little thing :/
I've joined, but agree, it's like this channel is super busy
Well I expect sometimes it'll be cfields imparting his neckbeard wisdom in freeform poetry and me trying desperately to cram it in my head, so perhaps an alt channel for those specifics where others can still see the convo would be good :-) I'm gunna give it a try anyway