Something is wrong with Docker https://blog.alexellis.io/docker-is-deleting-open-source-images/
@firstname.lastname@example.org Yeah I’m really not sure why Mirantis (the owner of Docker now) is doing this. It is a 100% hostile move on Mirantis part for Docker and the Docker ecosystem. Really quite pathetic to see. I’m just so glad that I myself haven’t bothered to published open source docker images in docker organisations/teams myself. All images I care about are published under my own username
@email@example.com I saw that but didn’t pay much attention. So just bad marketing? 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com I wouldn’t trust docker anymore if you did before and I’d migrate away ASAP. This kind of thing happens constantly: an actually hostile policy meets backlash, company puts out PR for damage control, and then when the fervor dies down they move ahead with the hostile policy.
@firstname.lastname@example.org As you know I don’t really trust “cloud” companies anyway, so even if hostile policies were to go ahead it wouldn’t affect what I do one iota
@email@example.com I never got into Docker to begin with and their quasi-corporate structure always put me off, so I’m glad I don’t need to do anything in response to this mess.