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Sat Mar 22 12:23:17 UTC 2014
On Sat, Mar 22, 2014 at 7:19 AM, Scott Collier
<emailscottcollier at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for looping me in here Matt. I just signed up for the Cloud SIG
> mailing list.
> I'm excited to see interest in expanding the fedora-dockerfiles project.
> It's a great way to learn Docker and contribute at the same time.
> Right now we have these two repos:
> which is mirrored to:
> In addition, I'm keeping my notes on Docker here:
> Now, as for a wishlist, it doesn't exist yet. What I have right now is a
> needs_work directory in the repo and in that, I have created empty folders
> on things I intend to get to. For example, skysql, cake, etc... I think a
> good process would be to create a wiki page so people can add to the
> wishlist quickly and then follow up on that work via trac. I'm interested
> in feedback as to whether or not that will work for everyone. How do other
> projects handle this?
+1 to the idea of using the wiki and then adding stuff to trac. For
Fedora Infra, we are following a similar procedure for Ansible
I see that, in needs_work dir, python dockerfile needs to be created.
Can I fork your repo on github and get you a pull/merge request with
python dockerfile? Or do you want to follow some other procedure?
> Some things on the todo:
> 1. Take a look at some of the Dockerfiles that were tested on Docker 0.7.0
> and make sure they work on the newest versions.
> 2. Wiki page creation
> 3. Adding Dockerfiles and instructions that include examples of linking, for
> example, an apache container linking to a mariadb container.
> 4. Trac instance, I'm not sure how to do that yet.
> 5. I'm sure there's more that I'm not thinking of right now.
> Help is always welcome.
>> In any case, I'd personally love to see Cantas. :)
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