Varying Vagrant Vagrants started off 4 months ago as a shot in the dark to solve a problem I was having. As development progressed, it became immediately clear that this was something we wanted to have in the 10up bag of tricks while we’re working with varying production environments. The contributions from other 10uppers have been fantastic and it quickly became obvious that this should grow in 10up’s area of GitHub rather than in my little personal corner.
Things have come a long way and we now have a great base to start branching from. The next hope is to see custom Vagrantfiles from groups like WordPress.com, ZippyKid, WPEngine, DreamHost, GoDaddy, Bluehost, or anybody else doing WordPress hosting.
We’ll keep the pressure going on that front and over the next few days do a better job of explaining the overall goal for Varying Vagrant Vagrants, how we’ll use it internally, and how you may be able to use it or a variant for your own development process.
In the meantime, if you’ve already cloned the repository, please make sure that your git remotes are up to date if you’d like to pull in changes.
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