On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 9:37 AM, Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > I have built and posted a Fedora 22 Docker base
image for ARM that matches
>>> > the one on x86_64. it can be found
>>> > https://ausil.us/fedora-arm/22/Docker/armhfp/
>>> First and foremost, this is awesome! Thanks for doing this. :)
>>> Second ....
>>> Is this something that could be pushed up to the Docker hub under the
>>> Fedora namespace? Just slap a armhfp (or $similar) tag on it with
>>> appropriate documentation that it's meant to be used for ARM?
>> I am sure we can, there is a bunch of arm images up there already, we would
>> just need to do it. I am not 100% sure how to do so.
> I don't mind following up on this, but I'm curious what the preference
> would be. Should Fedora ARM have it's own "namespace" or should it
> just be a repository within the Fedora namespace on the hub?
> FROM feodra/armhfp
> FROM fedora-arm
> In a Dockerfile.
It's probably a decision we need to make for all architectures. I
expect there to be docker support for aarch64/ppc64/ppc64le in the
F-23 timeline so it's probably a good idea to make an overall decision
and process for these.
+1 - I'll start a thread on devel(a)fp.o about that.