On Tue, Apr 14, 2015 at 03:26:36PM -0700, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
1. *Fedora* Atomic host and its release media / disk images / Vagrant
2. Fedora 22 Docker image (which right now is a tarball and not
available on Docker Hub)
There *is* an official docker image on the hub, at
;. F22 will go there when
it is released. As I understand it, they didn't want it filled up with
alha and beta images.
3. fedora-dockerfiles package
Plus, layered images built from these on top of the base image. Those
are available in the Docker Hub too (https://hub.docker.com/u/fedora/
and possibly on a Fedora-run registry at some point.
Personally, I'd make the Docker image on Docker Hub a final
blocker, document the workflow for fedora-dockerfiles and Docker image
extensively as part of Workstation, which is indeed at least half of
how I spend my time on Workstation. I'd be happy to contribute what I
can from the OSJourno project.
More documentation for that would be _very_ welcome.
I think the "pivot" moving Atomic out of the Fedora process
problem for developers, but given how fast Docker and Kubernetes are
moving it's unavoidable. My Atomic use case will be well-served by the
upcoming CentOS effort to make a CentOS Atomic that tracks RHEL
As with CentOS itself, the development path will be from this
updated-every-two-weeks Fedora Atomic to its slower-moving downstreams,
but as I understand the plan, on a _much_ faster timeframe. So, it's
great to be involved at both levels.
Fedora Project Leader