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Opened 12 years ago
Closed 9 years ago
I'll help, perhaps even accept assignment for this ticket, but if someone else is eager to work on this, I don't want to get in anyone's way.
You're welcome to accept this one!
Hi! I'm moving this ticket from "assigned" to in_progress per our new workflow. Please update the ticket and let us know if you're still working on this. If you are, super great! If not, we'll remove the claim and move it back to "accepted" in a couple of weeks.
Unless you're deploying to some sort of abstract "platform as a service" like OpenShift, hosting environments, and indeed different PaaS providers, vary too much to write a one-size-fits-all Fabric script.
Where Fabric really shines is when you have to regularly perform a complex process to deploy updates to a custom web app in custom hosting environment. When you have to perform updates multiple times a day, this type of automation saves a lot of time and mistakes. This isn't really the same use case as for MediaGoblin though, where it will normally be deployed once and then used without updates for perhaps months or more.
Please feel free to reopen this request if you have further thoughts on this.
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