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Use Docker by default for production #491

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wvengen opened this issue Aug 19, 2017 · 1 comment
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Use Docker by default for production #491

wvengen opened this issue Aug 19, 2017 · 1 comment
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@wvengen wvengen commented Aug 19, 2017

The current Capistrano-based deployment setup is a bit complex. Many people doing deployment don't know Capistrano, it is a barrier to getting it running.

Using Docker would be a lot easier for most folks, so let's make that the primary deployment method.

  • Finish Docker production setup
  • Document using Docker for production
  • Remove Capistrano files (they will become outdated - unless people are still using it)
  • Clearing up development Docker docs and/or add a development Docker setup

Please respond if you are using Capistrano on production, and would like to continue doing so.

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@wvengen wvengen commented Oct 27, 2017

There has been no response from Capistrano users, here nor on the mailing list, so I feel confident removing it.

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