Hey all (but especially the zc.buildout users),
With zc.buildout being used to define repeatable application
deployments, and Docker images acting as a way to snapshot entire
execution environments for ease of deployment on any environment than
can run a container (which is basically any modern Linux at this
point, or will be once CentOS 7 is available), has any experimented
with using zc.buildout from a Dockerfile to define an image?
If yes, is it written up anywhere?
If not, is anyone intrigued enough by the idea to considering trying
it out and writing up the results as a blog post somewhere?
Nick Coghlan | ncoghlan(a)gmail.com | Brisbane, Australia
I'd like to get interested folks together at EuroPython to get up to date,
talk through current issues and generally catch up on all things Python
Specific things we'll be talking about:
- current tools: where they're at and what their plans are
- the state of PEPs 426, 440, 459, 470
- related to those: how linux distros are doing and feel about PEPs 426 and
- the state of the docs and user experience
If you're interested in coming along (and I've not already contacted you)
then please let me know and once we've sorted out the details of when and
where I'll get back in touch with you. Please let me know what you'd like
to have us discuss!