Wanted to have a hands on understanding of how infrastructure does things at work:
- compile openssl
- compile python 2.7 with ssl support
- compile git
- install easy_install
- easy_install pip
- pip dotcloud
- create a bare repository
- git add remote ...
Eventually put together a post-receive hook that checks out the bare repository into a working tree which can then be dotCloud pushed.
There are simpler way to work around ssh port limitation (corporate IT sucks) but they don't teach you as much :D
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