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Re: [GMG-Devel] Any interest in Vagrant?

From: Ben Sturmfels
Subject: Re: [GMG-Devel] Any interest in Vagrant?
Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2016 16:58:57 +1100
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Hi André,

I haven't used Vagrant much myself, but from my experience running a
couple of MediaGoblin sprints recently, we also need some way to
automatically test that our dev environment setup instructions work from
scratch on a few different operating systems and both Python 2 and 3. It
sounds like Vagrant could help with that.

If you have experience in this area, please go ahead and give it a shot
with the tools you know best - don't wait for consensus here or else you
may never get started!


Ben Sturmfels

(03) 9024 2467

André Jaenisch <address@hidden> writes:

> Yay, Mailing List is working \o/
> Okay, ayleph could reply on my question on IRC that there is no
> Vagrantfile for GNU MediaGoblin yet.
> Since we make use of Vagrant at work, it caught my interest.
> Last time I tried to install GMG on my laptop bare-metal I struggled
> with dependencies.
> If there is interest, I'd like to investigate, what a Vagrantfile for
> GMG would look like.
> Since it is a Python project, the provision should be dealt with a tool
> written in that programming language as well?
> We use Ansible at work.
> Alternatives would be Puppet or Chef etc.
> I'm looking forward to your feedback :-)
> André Jaenisch
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