On Fri, Oct 02, 2015 at 05:01:51AM -0400, Bohuslav Kabrda wrote:
Heh, it seems that my career as Fedora-Dockerfiles comaintainer may
be rather short :) I think having a web frontend with pull requests
for the new dist-git is an awesome idea. I'm +0.9 for pagure. The
advantage is that it will be completely under Fedora control, the
small downside is that potential contributors from outside Fedora
will have to create Fedora account, which might scare some people
We want to make the web-pull-request process really easy for using
Pagure as a documentation tool, too, so support for
non-fedora-contributor drive-by contributions might come.
So IIUC, the standard way to get dockerfiles from dist-git would be
"fedpkg clone mariadb-docker" or similar. Perhaps we could provide a
wrapper that anyone, even without Fedora account, like
"fedora-get-dockerfile --list" or "fedora-get-dockerfile mariadb"
(this would invoke "fedpkg clone --anonymous mariadb-docker").
> Maybe? Would it make sense for these to go together with the
> dockerfiles they're associated with in a git repo at that level, or
> would they be stand-alone and reference other repos? (Do you have
> some concrete examples?)
So I think that kubernetes/Nulecule examples should be standalone,
since most often they'll reference multiple images. What I mean is
that they would be a good fit for the current fedora-dockerfiles
repo, but if we split the repo into multiple dist-git repos, they
won't fit in any one of these.
So, would all of _those_ examples go into a single entity (package,
repo, whatever)? What should the distribution method for _these_ be?
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