>
> I wanted to install it, so we could test it and then move to a WMF
> server. I wasn't fully demotivated after I've seen it's written in
> Ruby (nothing against syntax, but on infrastructure side it's easier
> to install .NET framework on Linux). Then they say the only way they
> support installation is via Docker.
>
> No, thanks.
>
> They obviously need to mature and produce a sensible framework for
> software installation. Until then, good old Mailman is our most
> realistic solution.
>

Why?
As a user, you would just need to login and participate, Discourse is like
a website. You don't need to install anything.
I don't understand your point.

Aubrey




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