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- Jul 19 2023, 18:44 (10 w, 3 d)
Jul 28 2023
I think you are misunderstanding the technical considerations.
If it is likely in principle that you would accept a patch, then it may be most sensible to leave the discussion open. Perhaps it would be found by someone wishing to contribute.
I am not intent on maintaining my own fork for private use, but the processing pathways for the segmented versus consolidated cases are only minimally different, and may easily be switched dynamically, within some hypothetical future version of the application, depending on the deployment.
Your objection concerning the reference to Nextcloud is based on quote mining. It is neither germane nor accurate.
Jul 27 2023
You absolutely have the choice to decline requests, but I think it is not quite fair to consider the current one as though connected strongly to Softaculous.
Where do you receive feature requests?
Jul 26 2023
For me, the larger observation is that because the general dependencies are aligned to the LAMP environment, an opportunity emerges for the project to be adapted as suitable for the shared hosting space. In principle, such adaptations are not dependent on removing features that support large-scale deployments on dedicated systems or more capable environments. Rather, such adaptations may simply support a greater variety of deployment cases.
A git commit is a user-initiated event that may be processed synchronously. It is unclear why interaction with a daemon would be necessary to support a suitable user experience.
I recognize that Phorge is a community effort inherited from an earlier commercial product. I am reluctant to make comments that may seem critical.
I understand the objections, and the realistic constraints.
Jul 25 2023
I wish to repeat my earlier request that the issue would remain open and visible.
Jul 21 2023
Softaculous integrates with various shared hosting systems as an alternative to the native package system within each one.
As stated, some documentation is available for package authoring.
My relation to Softaculous is its general availability to customers who purchase shared hosting, through cPanel or Plesk.