Just a random thought, but if quantum computing is introduced to AI, it could be like in the Marvel movies, where Doctor Strange explores different dimensions, skipping past processes that have already been seen in a specific dimensional branch and starting again from the moment where he stopped, even though it happened in the past…
As for successful builds, it seems necessary to switch to an incremental build system where the successful parts are internally stored in the Nix store and when included in the next build process, it starts from the previously successful portion.
Alternatively, it would be beneficial to have a build status machine group and mark certain successful packages. This way, even if some build trees are tracked by flake inputs and follow the master, there could be exclusionary build fixed devices as well.
On a more practical note, I have another complaint. Why do we have to build Webkitgtk every time again again when mixing Wayland and Rust WebView(tauri) on Nvidia computers?
Have a great day.