The setup script
As you may now Plume has an interactive setup script to make it easier to setup your instance, just by answering questions.
However, it creates more problem than it solves (it only works correctly on some very specific setups). So, I would like to know:
- if we keep it, and try to improve it to make it work on more setups
- or if we replace it with non interactive command line tools to initialize the instance (for instance
plume init --domain foo.bar --port 7878and
plume create-user --name admin --password topsecret --email email@example.com --admin). It would also allow to make it easier to make the installation automatic (for the Docker image, or the Yunohost package especially)
Ana Gelez started a poll September 19th, 2018 21:12
Setup script Closed 11:00pm - Wednesday 3 Oct 2018
|4 - Keep it and improve it|
|4 - Replace it with non interactive tools|
|4 - No interactive and after an interactive overlay|
abdullah tarawneh September 20th, 2018 00:13
Is there a reason why you can't simply add flags as an option to the already-existing interactive version? I think ideally, both should be supported. If you run
plume create-user with no flags, it should ask you for the required values.