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Taiga frontend
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Docker scripts to run your own Taiga.



  • docker >= 1.10
  • docker-compose >= 1.6
  • make
  • git

Submodules (automatically pulled by the make command):

Application quick start

Clone the repository

git clone

Configure your Taiga instance

There are some files to modify according to your environment:

  • frontend/nginx-default-vhost.conf : In case you split the containers on several machines, replace "taiga-back" by the URL where the backend can be reached.
  • frontend/conf.json : Replace "localhost" with your Taiga instance hostname if running on a distant server.
  • backend/ : Replace "localhost" with your Taiga instance hostname if running on a distant server. In this file you can configure the mail notifications and the database settings.
  • docker-compose.yml : If you changed the database settings in backend/, double check that the postgres environment variables match. In this file you can also change the data volumes locations on your filesystem.

Run your Taiga instance

Only one commande is needed to launch your Taiga instance:


Once you've successfully installed Taiga start a web browser and point it to http://your-url.
You should be greeted by a login page.
The administrators username is admin, and the password is 123123.

Other actions

Sample data

In case you want to have some pre-loaded data to familiarize with Taiga, you can run:

make demo

Purge containers

If needed, you can kill, remove, and recreate the containers without losing data (if you have kept the data volumes in docker-compose.yml):

make recreate

Upgrade Taiga

To use the latest Taiga from upstream, you can use:

make upgrade-taiga

Apply local changes (for developpers)

If you have modified the Dockerfiles, you can apply your changes by running:

make build recreate

Database maintenance

In case you need to acces the database, you can uncomment the port binding in the "postgres" service in docker-compose.yml and then runnning make to apply the changes.
You can then access the database locally on the port 54321 with tools such as pgadmin or psql.

Once you are in psql you can check that indeed our user & database have been created:

psql -h localhost -p 54321 -U taiga
# To list the users defined in our system use the following command
> \du
# To list the databases, the command is
> \list

What's next?

The next is to add RabbitMQ and the Taiga events plugged in.

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