What's the plan? If you need my help just let me know..
On Apr 29, 2017 2:56 PM, "William Douglas" <william.douglas(a)intel.com>
Arjan van de Ven <arjan(a)linux.intel.com> writes:
On 4/28/2017 6:54 PM, mikeljaspe(a)gmail.com wrote:
> Hmm how about a package for them all?
> not a separate packages and for PHP, MariaDB and Nginx only plus
> dependencies and exntension, and they are configure
> example.. this web server package bundle;
> the Nginx is already configure with PHP-FPM basic extensions added.
> The Basic Extension for PHP with Nginx are
> php-fpm php-common php-mysqlnd php-zip php-mbstring php-gd php-mcrypt
> php-pear php-xml php-cli php-pdo php-process
> Then include mariadb plus dependencies
> perl-dbd-mysql perl-dbi mariadb-common mariadb-config mariadb-errmsg
> mariadb-libs mariadb-server mariadb-server-utils
> then just download phpmyadmin manually.
> just a bundle with Nginx, PHP and MariaDB
> this will help web developers to adopt in this kind of os easily..
> this is just a suggestion.
it's certain a good suggestion and we're going to figure out how to do
(it'll be after the weekend though I suspect)
thanks a lot for the feedback
So thinking about this I'd probably opt for doing $language-webdev-basic
style bundles that look like:
Only include $language-basic at the start.
Add specific packages for integration with a web server and db that are
chosen by the bundle maintainer and then any setup style packages for
integration that are likely specific to the bundle.
It may end up growing support for multiple dbs and web servers but
wouldn't immediately start with that support.
I'd suggest we end up scrapping the application-server bundle or
throwing all the integration packages into it so it becomes a sort of
run any type of language with any type of web server with any type of db
kind of bundle (which I generally don't love).
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