On 06/24/2015 04:43 PM, Brian (bex) Exelbierd wrote:
> On Jun 24, 2015, at 3:42 PM, Laura Novich <lnovich(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi Glen,
> Thank you for the great idea about Docker and Container virtualization.
> Yes we need to document it, but at the moment I would like to finish editing/auditing
our current TOC.
> I am not convinced that containers should be in the same guide as virtualization
Getting Started as it will make this guide bigger than it needs to be.
+1 not in the same guide.
my $dayjob involves docker, so if I can be of help, let me know.
I am starting to reconsider if it is worthwhile to document docker in
our guides. The docker documentation at their site is great. I wonder if
my effort could be better spent on a different guide?
Maybe something on Container / Docker administration and management?
>> I would love to discuss with you a manual on Containers/Docker so please drop in
on my Office Hours on Wed @ 1300UTC
>> Best Regards,
>>> I like the idea of a 'why to use virtualization'. This will be very
>>> if we do put docker in that guide.
>>> I'd like to see docker documented, the question I have (being a total
>>> for containers) - would someone looking for docker go to a virtualization
>>> On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 8:10 AM, Glen Rundblom <glen(a)rundblom.com>
>>>> I was looking over the wiki page outline for the virtualization getting
>>>> started guide, and thought two things:
>>>> 1. Do we need a chapter (3) on why someone should use virtualization
>>>> 2. I think we should include a chapter about Docker
>>>> I was thinking about Docker because to overcome the publican problems in
>>>> Fedora22 I built a Fedora21 image with publican so I can build the
>>>> It occurred to me that it probably should be in the guide as well.
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