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README.md

The Captain's Shack

A random experimentation about a Docker hosting server configured with Ansible.

It might turn out like this.

Captain's shack Picture from Lewis Kilborn, the last resident of Grape Island


To read what it does, you can refer to the Captain's Shack functionality list

I keep logs of my explorations here.

Refer to the HOWTO to figure out how to bootstrap the server. The configure-shack.yml is the entry point of the Ansible provisioning system.

Refer to the re-initialize checklist for a quick rebuild of the Captain's Shack from a blank kimsufi server.

To see the work still ahead, have a look to the TODO file.