On Sun, 9 Aug 2015, Pete Travis wrote:
On Aug 9, 2015 2:55 AM, "Robert P. J. Day" <rpjday(a)crashcourse.ca>
> hi, i'm currently writing a course on docker (specifically, docker
> on fedora, FWIW), and i'm looking for the current state of docker
> documentation on fedora, whatever that might be.
> a quick google for "fedora" and "docker" brings one here:
> but that wiki page is clearly out of date as it refers to the fedora
> package "docker-io", which doesn't exist anymore in fedora 22.
> in addition, i'm interested in the docker roadmap for fedora, as i
> know there's some current renaming of other docker-related packages,
> so i'd like to know what to expect in the near future.
> any pointers to online fedora/docker stuff greatly appreciated.
There has been some discussion about adding Docker content to the
official Fedora Docs lineup recently. The idea hasn't gotten a lot
of traction yet because a) the upstream documentation is already
quite comprehensive, and b) It doesn't fit well into any existing
oh, the upstream docker docs are good, but, as i mentioned, i'm more
interested in, i guess, the fedora-specific technology packaging or
roadmap or whatever you want to call it.
Eventually I think we'll end up producing a lot of
content; Docker, systemd-nspawn, management tools ie kubernetes, use
cases, etc. I don't anticipate that happening before the F23
release given other responsibilities of the team, but I've been
surprised before :)
If you would like to help that effort, I welcome you to subscribe to
the Docs list and continue the conversation there. Anything from
polished articles to simple requests will add value.
apart from the docs, is there something like a wiki page or
something for fedora-specific docker stuff? again, more a roadmap than
Robert P. J. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA