Lucie Germain e3ff70e896 Merge pull request #18458 from overleaf/lg-copyright-year
Update copyright year to 2024 for Server CE

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The Base image generally contains the basic dependencies like wget and aspell, plus texlive. We split this out because it's a pretty heavy set of dependencies, and it's nice to not have to rebuild all of that every time.

The sharelatex/sharelatex image extends the base image and adds the actual Overleaf code and services.

Use make build-base and make build-community from server-ce/ to build these images.

We use the Phusion base-image (which is extended by our base image) to provide us with a VM-like container in which to run the Overleaf services. Baseimage uses the runit service manager to manage services, and we add our init-scripts from the server-ce/runit folder.


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