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  1. Thx for your answers! I will go through those topics and see if I helps me and report back
  2. Hi, I'm a System Administrator responsible for DevOps in our Company. We're trying PW in a single client project atm and experience some glitches with DevOps-/Workflow. We have a small team of developers that need to work with the same code base. They all need to be able to develop locally and deploy to a preview/staging environment. Our Toolstack contains git for versioning, chef/vagrant or docker for local development/testing and Jenkins for building assets and automatic deployment to the staging-site. There's several challenges / glitches in this process that makes me think that ProcessWire hadn't been developed for a use case like ours and is much more intended to be used by single developers that work right on the production system. Can you advise me on a suitable workflow? There's problems with the assets/files dir that must be shared between the staging website and local environments of our developers. We're right now working with symlinks on the staging system that helps to preserve the direcory when deploying from the master branch. but now we tend to use nfs-shares so devs can collaborate with a shared directory. The local docker containers can use the same target (the nfs) from inside the containers. But is that the way it needs to be done? Really? There's so much work that needs to be done to fit ProcessWire in a DevOps Workflow that we tend to decide to switch to another CMS. Any suggestions or hints that i might have missed. Am I wrong or is PW really not meant to be used this way. I
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