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  1. Hi all, I have been looking for a way to manage deployment of new sites, as well as versioning of the pw data model on sites already deployed, working with teams, etc. I've enjoyed the discussion on a few threads : https://processwire.com/talk/topic/6707-update-live-site-from-staging-server https://processwire.com/talk/topic/2975-team-development https://processwire.com/talk/topic/2117-continuous-integration-of-field-and-template-changes but so far, I have not found what I'm looking for, so I built two tools and have put them on my newbie github site for all to use and/or peruse. I hope they are relevant to this community. They are crude and only have been exercised in my relatively finite world of Windows/apache dev. See https://github.com/jeanrajotte/schlepwire and https://github.com/jeanrajotte/upgradewire Both "apps" are not designed to be modules, integrated into pw, but rather external simple apps serving their specific purposes, possibly usable in automated build systems via curl, for example. There's a bit of a diatribe in the upgradewire README.md about the goodness of keeping the model in version-able source files, as distinct from operating the pw admin to maintain fields and templates, even if these changes are being recorded, as mindplay.dk seems to be doing. That's really the philosophical thrust behind these efforts. It's a beginning. I hope it's of interest here. Again, thank you for this superb framework and this generous community. Jean
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