@wink @algernon It's a client's webapp - simple enough Clojure + Clojurescript + postgres setup; migrated from Heroku several years ago (which is why we used Dokku at the time, very similar deploy process).
I think my problems with it were 1) I don't like Docker (find it over-complicated for what we need) and 2) written in bash (which just seems like a bad idea) & hence gets confused very easily (e.g. app env vars get mangled by bash quoting rules).
@jamesnvc @algernon I see, maybe my info is also a bit outdated, but it seemed to promise some of docker's advantages without too much tooling around, more like single-person-hosting your own stuff and not having more complicated infra than the thing you're running in the first place.
But agree on the bash part...
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