On Wed, Nov 27, 2013 at 03:24:37AM +0100, Sébastien Luttringer wrote:
On 26/11/2013 16:00, Jerome Leclanche wrote:
extra/docker is currently a very old system tray app for openbox2, kde3 and gnome2. It hasn't been updated in a very, very long time.
docker (https://www.docker.io/) on the other hand, is a widely used and current container solution. As of 0.7, it's now available on all distributions (previously was only available on ubuntu).
There will be a naming conflict between the two very soon. I would be in favour of renaming extra/docker preemptively since it hasn't been updated in a decade.
I ping'ed Daniel about his feeling on this. He's the maintainer. I'm currently looking to docker for addition to community. Probably docker-io, to stay in touch with fedora.
-- Sébastien "Seblu" Luttringer https://www.seblu.net GPG: 0x2072D77A
We should go for 'docker' or 'lxc-docker', 'docker-io' seems a bad choice to me, and we don't have to be on par with fedora in any way.
originally the docker people chose to use lxc-docker for their ubuntu ppa, since this name is chosen by the docker people it looks like a good choice.