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GIT, Python, Django!

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  • Let's talk about implementing a local dev environment that automatically updates to the live site when you commit/push to git.

    - GIT hooks, bait, and sinkers

    Unfortunately, I'm not experienced enough to present a solution. :(

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  • Chris

    We use ansible to deploy local VMs and some production servers for Django sites. I could see going through our use case if the dates work out (this coming week isn't great). Not directly related to git hooks, though.

    July 24

  • Jack C.

    Pythoners, are one of you up for leading this discussion on Ansible and maybe the Python API for it? If not, we could make it just a round table and share ideas. I propose the latter that way it won't be any work to prepare but we could still get a lot from it. What dates works for you all? Maybe, Thursday, July 28th?

    July 15

  • Dave C.

    Chad, I tend to use it more as a Python library for ssh since I rarely control more than one box at a time, but I'd like to dig deeper!

    May 1, 2015

  • Chad S.

    Dave, I also think Ansible is awesome! :-)

    April 29, 2015

  • Dave C.

    Not to spew here, but this topic would make a great candidate for a recurring, hands-on, "inter-meetup" project. Casual. No presenter. Maybe use git for self-organizing project management?

    April 29, 2015

  • Dave C.

    I use WebFaction's server API to deploy using Python scripts because they offer it. But Ansible exposes a Python API which does the same thing over ssh. Its modules simplify control for cloud providers, packaging (bower, npm, git, ...), monitoring, and so on.

    April 29, 2015

  • Dave C.

    Ansible, or some other C/CD ssh-based tool would play nicely with git hooks to directly manipulate the deployment server. Maintainability and all that.

    April 29, 2015

  • TJ K.

    That sounds like it could be interesting. I currently do this to update my website - https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-deploy-jekyll-blogs-with-git

    April 25, 2015

  • Chad S.

    This sounds like an awesome topic! Coincidentally I'm working through this process now looking at Heroku's docs and the Two Scoops of Django best practices stuff. :-)

    April 25, 2015

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