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dev:start [2012/11/15 13:36]
edoceo
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   * [[dev:​code_repositories|Known sources and branches of Evergreen code]]   * [[dev:​code_repositories|Known sources and branches of Evergreen code]]
   * [[dev:​new_developer_wishlist|Wish list of documentation needed for new developers]]   * [[dev:​new_developer_wishlist|Wish list of documentation needed for new developers]]
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 +**[[dev:​2017_new_tools|Potential replacement of Launchpad in 2017]]**
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 +===== Processes =====
 +
 +  * [[dev:​process:​adding_new_committer|Process for adding a new core committer]]
  
 ===== Recommended reading ===== ===== Recommended reading =====
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 OpenSRF: OpenSRF:
 +  * [[dev:​opensrf_roadmap|OpenSRF Roadmap]]
   * [[osrf-devel:​user_s_guide]]   * [[osrf-devel:​user_s_guide]]
   * [[osrf-devel:​primer]]   * [[osrf-devel:​primer]]
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 ===== Developer Environment Custom Build Scripts ===== ===== Developer Environment Custom Build Scripts =====
  
-Dyrcona ​and Edoceo ​have made some efforts ​on manual build-scripts that can assist other developers with getting started with Evergreen or these could possibly be used as a basis for systems such as cfengine, Chef or Puppet.+Many developers find it necessary to automate the process of building and installing the Evergreen server (and its dependencies). Some of them have [[server_installation:​semi_automated|shared their work]], and you are invited to make your own contributions. ​ These efforts could possibly be used as a basis for creating a cleaner Evergreen server installer using systems such as cfengine, Chef or Puppet.
  
- * Bash scripts for Fetch, Build, Install, Configure, Demo-data on Gentoo: [[https://​github.com/​edoceo/​evergreen-demo]]+===== Evergreen Releases ======
  
 +Evergreen is on a time-based release schedule, with two major releases planner per year in March and September.
 +   * [[dev:​release_process:​schedule|Evergreen release schedule and End of Life Policy]].
 +   * [[:​versioning|Evergreen versioning scheme]]
  
 ===== External Resources ===== ===== External Resources =====
   * [[https://​developer.mozilla.org/​en/​XUL_School|XUL School Tutorial]]   * [[https://​developer.mozilla.org/​en/​XUL_School|XUL School Tutorial]]
   * [[http://​wiki.postgresql.org/​wiki/​Tuning_Your_PostgreSQL_Server|Tuning A PostgreSQL Server]]   * [[http://​wiki.postgresql.org/​wiki/​Tuning_Your_PostgreSQL_Server|Tuning A PostgreSQL Server]]
dev/start.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/24 13:27 by gmcharlton

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