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  1. Port Octopus to .NET Core

    Moving Octopus Server/Tentacle/Calamari to .NET Core would extend the reach of Octopus Server to other platforms.

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  2. Install Octopus Server on Linux

    I'm in a Linux/Mac shop where chef server is the next best thing. If only I could install the Octopus server on Ubuntu the world would be perfect.

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  3. Environments per project

    The problem is, when you have multiple projects, is not very common that they share the same environments.

    "Production" for "Project A" means a very different thing than "Production" for "Project B". Different machines or group of machines in case of a web-farm, for example (Deployment Targets).

    Currently, the only way that this could be solved, is by creating custom environments per-project (ProjectAProduction, ProjectBProduction), as discussed in the support site (http://help.octopusdeploy.com/discussions/questions/10999-environments-per-project)

    But this is more a workaround than an actual solution. The home page Dashboard gets really messy, because you can't filter environments for certain projects.

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