In which I blog about attempting to build one of the most basic building blocks of many modern sites, and reflections on what that might mean for packaging and deploying libre web applications.
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Perhaps on some level, the responsible thing if you're providing software is to host all your dependencies yourself, of course with proper references to the canonical locations. And if you're doing that, just make your own guix tree while you're at it. It will still dedup well with packages pulling things from other places, and third parties can still upgrade packages by playing with the package definitions.