I’m about to create a repository named something like WSUWP-P2-Common that contains all common P2 related plugins and/or themes for use throughout the WSUWP ecosystem.
It’s purpose will be more of a built package rather than a development area. Development will still occur in individual repositories. When releases are pushed in those repositories, they can be deployed to the central package repository as well.
I feel like I’m reinventing the wheel though and that if I understood Composer enough, I could use that. But then part of me doesn’t care if I’m reinventing the wheel because it will just work with our current deploy process without much effort.
I also wonder if this is better of as a private repository. I guess if we run into a plugin that isn’t GPL compatible for some reason, we can create a separate repository for WSUWP-P2-Common-Private, but I’m hoping that isn’t the case.
If this works as a model, we’ll likely have other “package” repos in the near future for other sites.
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