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    Is it possible to work collaboratively on one Publii site remotelly?


    Avatar photoNSEO
    NSEO wrote:

    Has anyone tested this out with using Git?

    I assume that Publii stores edits on the users local drive before anything is uploaded to the server. So, would it be possible to use a Git repo, and allow users to make edits, and do push & pull requests to fnalize changes between multiple users, then deploy to the server?

    Git workflows would be useful in this case.

    If anyone has tried this, please let me know 🙂

    As far as I understand, the Publii native app stores changes locally in the /sites/ folder (is this correct) ?


    Multiuser environment

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    I actually use git to track my sites. You need to confige the correct folders and it work good.

    However, there is one breaking point. it’s the SQLite database. this is just binary data from git perspective. So parallelly adding new posts is difficult.

    So Multiuser/Computer is possible, but you cannot parallely work on the blog posts.


    Also be careful not to upload passwords for your website to public git repos.



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