[GeoNode-devel] Incorporate Docker repositories into main repo

Florian Hoedt florian.hoedt at thuenen.de
Tue Apr 16 04:20:44 PDT 2019

As discussed by @frafra and me:

we should think about merging the outside residing Dockerfiles into the main repository. The docker stack is very closely coupled with GeoNode and imho nginx, GeoServer and PostgreSQL should be managed by the main repo. There where some issues in not properly synched geonode-docker images in the past and some intended pull request can only be properly tested, if dockerfiles are modified.

I would propose a new 'docker' folder which will hold one folder per image:


Furthermore I would propose to use just one single .env file located at root for configuring the docker-compose.yml - like currently used in spc-geonode.

What are your thoughts about that?
MSc Florian Hoedt
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