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Rancher Catalog #125

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adi90x opened this Issue Nov 28, 2016 · 8 comments

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adi90x commented Nov 28, 2016

Hello,

I started using Rancher to maintain all my containers.
They have a pretty good feature call catalog in order to start a stack of services ( basically a docker-compose file ) and proving all environnement variable in the UI.
I built the catalog for myself, ( still testing it thought ) ,but if anyone is interested let me know I will push it to a public repo !

Have a good day,

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fabiorauber commented Nov 29, 2016

I'm interested =D

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kaiyou commented Nov 29, 2016

Depends how the catalog is stored in Rancher. Is it avaiable simply as a Yaml file or equivalent?

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adi90x commented Nov 29, 2016

Hello,

Just push a first version to : https://github.com/adi90x/Rancher-Mailu.git

@kaiyou : I guess it could be add to mailu official repo , as it is a single folder.

@fabiorauber : If you can try it and confirm it work ? Plus , I can add another version with support for jwilder/nginx + letsencrypt ?

Enjoy, easy setup !

EDIT : I also push the branch with jwilder/nginx and JrCs/docker-letsencrypt-nginx-proxy-companion
support. Just setup branch to "jwilder-support"

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kaiyou commented Nov 29, 2016

Given the structure, I would rather publish it in a separate repository, but I will gladly create mailu/rancher if you want!

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adi90x commented Nov 29, 2016

Why not ! it could be easier for everyone I guess

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adi90x commented Nov 29, 2016

Not really sure of how to push everything to mailu/Rancher ( and never work on shared project ) do you have any advice/best practices ?

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kaiyou commented Nov 29, 2016

You should now have commit access to the Mailu/Rancher repository. There are many ways to manage a shared project. You are for sure the most knowledgeable around here regarding Rancher and technical aspects, so I suggest that you simply commit and push directly to the repository.

You are also more than welcome to handle pull requests if any. Also, I setup a Gitter a couple days ago, will add a link to the readme, feel free to join.

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adi90x commented Nov 29, 2016

Perfect I just push everything to Mailu/Rancher

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