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Old 10-10-2012, 08:45 PM
"Jorge O. Castro"
 
Default Looking for Ubuntu Server Symfony and Zend deployers/developers

Hi everyone,

We have a new LAMP charm in the Juju Charm Store:
http://www.jorgecastro.org/2012/10/10/a-blank-slate-for-lamp/

And I'm looking for people who are deploying either Zend or Symfony in
the cloud. Right now in Juju we're concentrating on improving language
stack charms, like node.js, rails, and Django. Here's an example one
for node.js: http://jujucharms.com/charms/precise/node-app

For obvious reasons, we'd love it if people who deploy PHP in the
cloud with either Zend or Symfony can have the same kind of slick
deployment options for their applications. So we're looking for
anyone who has experience in either of these technologies who would be
interested in working on charms for them. Ideally you're the sort of
person who is deploying this on Ubuntu anyway and it would help save
you a bunch of time and help improve it for the next person. Like the
node.js example it would just make it simple for someone to get
started with these stacks.

I also just picked Symfony and Zend because they seem to be the most
popular, but any and all stacks would be welcome in the Juju Charm
store; so if you're interested in helping out please let me know!

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Jorge Castro
Canonical Ltd.
http://juju.ubuntu.com

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Old 10-11-2012, 05:27 AM
Khairul Aizat Kamarudzzaman
 
Default Looking for Ubuntu Server Symfony and Zend deployers/developers

Hi Jorge,I've write charm for the Symfony [1] in the last cycle. Maybe i need to catch my time to fix the bug then can meet the charmer at the UDS-R to verify/modify or make it tested and working then request to be publish it in juju charm store

Nathan William [2] also willing to help for symfony 2 charm
[1]*https://code.launchpad.net/~fenris/charms/precise/symfony/trunk
[2]*https://launchpad.net/~nathwill

On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 4:45 AM, Jorge O. Castro <jorge@ubuntu.com> wrote:

Hi everyone,



We have a new LAMP charm in the Juju Charm Store:

http://www.jorgecastro.org/2012/10/10/a-blank-slate-for-lamp/



And I'm looking for people who are deploying either Zend or Symfony in

the cloud. Right now in Juju we're concentrating on improving language

stack charms, like node.js, rails, and Django. Here's an example one

for node.js: http://jujucharms.com/charms/precise/node-app



For obvious reasons, we'd love it if people who deploy PHP in the

cloud with either Zend or Symfony can have the same kind of slick

deployment options for their applications. *So we're looking for

anyone who has experience in either of these technologies who would be

interested in working on charms for them. Ideally you're the sort of

person who is deploying this on Ubuntu anyway and it would help save

you a bunch of time and help improve it for the next person. Like the

node.js example it would just make it simple for someone to get

started with these stacks.



I also just picked Symfony and Zend because they seem to be the most

popular, but any and all stacks would be welcome in the Juju Charm

store; so if you're interested in helping out please let me know!



--

Jorge Castro

Canonical Ltd.

http://juju.ubuntu.com



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