At my work, R is still treated as a "Wild West" thing. A dozen or so of us use it for analysis, and a few use it to create official reports. But the only infrastructure we have is IT pushing new versions of R/R Studio when we recommend it.
Right now, I'm the only one writing and maintaining a couple internal packages. The distribution method is copying the built package to a shared file server and sending email notices to everyone.
But I know somebody's figured out a better way. Is it maintaining up an internal repository with
miniCRAN? Installing packages to a site library to make sure everyone's using the latest versions? Keeping it Wild West?
What's everyone else doing?