Unfortunately I won’t agree with you. I made this post a month ago before going for holidays hoping that when I’m back there will be any support from RTCamp for EE. Unfortunately it seems to me that EE is abandoned.
The last update of EE was 6 months ago. Since then the last response to any Github issue from contributors was in June (over 4 months ago). I can’t see any response from any contributor on the forum, Git or any update on the blog. It seems to me that RTCamp after becoming VIP partner got so busy that they abandoned their work for any serious Open Source products. It’s a shame comparing to companies that grew on Open Source as well like Human Made, 10up or XWP that continuously provide input to the community.
The worst part is a couple of serious issues that EE has out of the box (other than over 70 other bugs reported on Github). One having no control over logs from EE which is going to hit hard every EE user very soon because every website has different logs, docker container doesn’t limit them and they grow very quickly. Now this might not be a quick problem but wait a few months and 40GB of logs won’t be anything unusual. The second, less worrying but still a serious bug, is that EE has not correctly configured email docker (with DNS screwed up between docker and email client) making it impossible for a docker to send emails to its own domain. This is still a serious issue because less savvy users won’t figure out that they’re not getting emails from their own website until they get some email plugin like Mailgun or WP SMTP.
Now, with that settled.
Did anyone see any migration tool from EE to WordOps? I’m planning to move all of our servers away from EE during Christmas break and would be awesome if there’s some helpful script around.