Telemeta has been dockerized!

Only 1 month after the publication of the docker-compose tools by Docker and after 1 month more of hard development and test by the Parisson team, we are very pleased to launch the docker based distribution of Telemeta which should make it compatible with ANY platform.

To test, use, develop or even deploy your own Telemeta based project, please use our DevBox.

For more infos about our docker images, please check the Parisson registry

NB: we need so more tweaks and tests on OSX, please ping us if you need to try the DevBox on this platform.

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Telemeta project now uses Git for development

Ten months ago, I started to look at other version control systems because I was fed up with the Subversion centralized model. It tested Git, Mercurial, Bazaar, etc.. Bazaar was the good choice because it allowed the dev teams to make branches easily in a decentralized environment, to push commits to the old subversion repository, to keep an easy syntax, etc...

Now there are few reasons to switch back to Git:

we want to checkout and test branches faster without managing dozens of repositories, we do not want to upload 500 ko of data for a 1 line commit, we want to push the generic Telemeta to GitHub. Sorry Bzr folks, I like your stuff, but Git is more appropriate now for this project.

Developers, please ‚Äč`update ...

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