With the exception of two websites, BAMAJR uses EE for all client websites (fingers crossed, will be down to a one website exception, by the end of this month). An entire setup and deployment process has been built around it and there are presently no plans for switching away from it. That being said, one of our biggest frustrations with EE is the lack of separation between their “currently supported information” and “historical” or “archived” information.
For instance, if one were to search for EasyEngine and PageSpeed, you find all the information about how to install/use PageSpeed, before you find out that it has been deprecated and there is no longer support for it.
This is especially problematic when arriving at support pages from search engines or when searching within rtCamp, rtCommunity and EE properties.
Most of the time, if one reads enough of the conversation, including related blog articles and links, finding the “currently supported best practice” isn’t too difficult. However, finding an “official” endorsement of PHP7 over HHVM, HHVM over PHP7 or some Hybrid solution of other options, doesn’t seem to be an easy task. So, I’m asking now:
Which direction does rtCamp/EE encourage/recommend to its user base?
What happened to:
ee stack remove --nginx && ee stack install --nginxmainline
…in Debian GNU/Linux 8?