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    Pierre Beitz
    @PierreBtz
    Hello
    First thanks for your work on this image
    I'm using it to generate documentation on a CI, I have an issue with it as there are not tags, only latest, so I cannot set a determinate version, which is not really a good practice in a continuous integration environment :S
    Do you think it would possible to version the image?
    Damien Duportal
    @dduportal
    Hello @PierreBtz , Maxime started a discussion on this topic here: asciidoctor/docker-asciidoctor#54 do not hesitate to explain your use case to helps us !
    ^^ cc @mgreau :)
    @gscheibel @mgreau @mojavelinux @jirutka If one has time to check the docker-asciidoctor, there is a quick bugfix on the docker image which impacts asciidoctor-revealjs users: asciidoctor/docker-asciidoctor#65
    Pierre Beitz
    @PierreBtz
    Hello @dduportal , thanks for the pointer, I think asciidoctor/docker-asciidoctor#54 captures the need I had :)
    Damien Duportal
    @dduportal
    Cool thanks @PierreBtz . @mgreau and I looks quite busy those times, but we'll find some time to work on this :)
    Damien Duportal
    @dduportal
    Hello @/all , braces yourselves, updates incoming on the docker-asciidoctor image
    Dan Allen
    @mojavelinux
    @dduportal I got your message about the permissions and I'm going to get on it just as soon as I finish the 1.5.7 release. I've just been extremely busy with that.
    And I am totally braced for awesomeness!
    Damien Duportal
    @dduportal
    Heyy hello there @mojavelinux , could you review asciidoctor/docker-asciidoctor#156 as it is security (minor) related please? The release 1.2.0 of the current docker image is almost there (ref. https://github.com/asciidoctor/docker-asciidoctor/milestone/1), before starting the work on the Docker Image renaming :)
    Dan Allen
    @mojavelinux

    We're making the switch from Gitter to Zulip. The main reason we are migrating is because Zulip provides a way to manage parallel conversations (called topics), which can help organize the the discourse in busy channels like this one. I think this will give conversations their own space and reduce anxiety levels overall.

    You are invited to join our new home for chat at https://asciidoctor.zulipchat.com It's now open for anyone to join. How you choose to register is up to use (email, GitHub, or GitLab).

    Unless you are following up on a previous thread here, we encourage you to start any new conversation over on Zulip.

    Dan Allen
    @mojavelinux
    To ease any worries, we won't shut down the channels on Gitter. After all, there is valuable information here. But we will stop actively using them.