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I have a site that I've built with Drupal 8, using composer and git to manage the codebase. It's a fairly simple site that includes a handful of contrib modules, a few custom views, and a custom theme.

I am thinking about the best way to share this site as an open solution for others that may want to use it for themselves.

Should I consider an installation profile? distribution? how about just a git repo?

Is there any reason I couldn't share my drupal 8 project simply by sharing my composer.json and config export?

  • Is there any reason I couldn't share my drupal 8 project simply by sharing my composer.json and config export? People like and probably expect 1 click installs in this day in age. Plus, this is not newbie or dummy proof. – No Sssweat May 16 at 3:38
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    @NoSssweat true, ease of install is probably a big enough reason to build an install profile/distro. Even though installing drupal these days is fairly tricky and involves composer, the actually install wizard prevents the user from doing a manual configuration import. – ymdahi May 16 at 13:25

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