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Update mediawiki-docker automatically
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Please update mediawiki-docker on each release.

It would also be great if there was a "future" tag for the mediawiki-docker, so you can test the latest WMF deployment. However, in order for that to work, the docker image must be automatically updated every time a new WMF Deployments is released.

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Magol renamed this task from Update mediawiki-docker to Update mediawiki-docker automatic.Jun 14 2018, 9:27 AM

Is there some sort of feed / notification of new releases other than the email list?

We can always monitor branches/tags.

We can always monitor branches/tags.

ooo! that's true. Would we just poll the repo every so often or is there some sort of webhook?

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dbarratt renamed this task from Update mediawiki-docker automatic to Update mediawiki-docker automatically.Sep 13 2018, 2:38 PM

I'm also wondering about an update policy and what to expect.

Pulling the docker images currently gives me MediaWiki 1.34.1 while 1.34.4 (and 1.35.0) is the latest according to https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Download

On Docker Hub I noticed Last pushed 15 days ago by wikibasetravis so I was hoping for 1.34.4.

What do we need to do to stay up to date with security releases? It would be nice if the README or README-compose.md would give some guidance about this.

There is https://addshore.com/2019/01/wikibase-docker-mediawiki-wikibase-update/ but that's more about updating between major versions.

Ah, sorry... I see that wikibase does not build on top of the regular mediawiki docker image.

I've now created https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T266574 to be wikibase specific.

Ah, thanks. And sorry for misunderstanding.