Just at first glance, I think you need to make crystal clear what the
three "sub-products" in Fedora Cloud are and who they are for:
1. Base - a cloud server - you're running a Fedora 21 server in the cloud
2. Docker image - Fedora 21 to run inside a Docker container / host -
you're building containerized applications with Docker using Fedora 21
as the underlying Linux
3. Atomic - A Docker host made out of Fedora stuff - you're hosting
Docker containers using a Fedora Linux package set
On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 11:17 AM, Joe Brockmeier <jzb(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Please have a look over these and send any corrections to docs@.
If you're ambitious, git repo is here:
But the docs folks will happily accept emails with suggestions as well,
I am told.
We have a green light for next week, so there's a bit of "hurry up"
involved in getting any corrections to the docs folks.
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