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Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
@Moshe-Immerman good job. I'll review those when I'm on a laptop.
@agebhar1 don't panic 😎 it brings a lot of good discussion to the project and we are getting better at assessing a project quality. So it's all good.
Henry
@devhkr
@Moshe-Immerman Could you kindly please stop bombarding PRs? The goal here is not who makes the most commits. You see, you also forgot using symbols and two build errors occurred. Just adding stuff at once make reviewers hard work. In addition, it's also good to check links if there aren't any dupes.
Adding some descriptions would be also nice. Yes, I know. Not everyone likes that, but it's best practice to comment why a project should be added and as a rule of thumb everyone should stick on the PR template text.
Moshe-Immerman
@Moshe-Immerman
Hi - my goal is not make the most commits, but to contribute and improve the list - if that spams you I apologize
Could you clarify where I should have added symbols? Or suggest better commit/PR descriptions for 1 or 2 PR's to get a better idea of what is lacking?
Henry
@devhkr
I'm aware of that you'd like to contribute, everyone wants to contribute and improve the list. But each contribution should follow the rules as we declared in the contribution guidelines. If one starts not doing so, intentionally or not, any new contributors will do the same.
It's really hard for us to review if there isn't any description. There always will be a 'Why' question. Why should be this tool listed? Why should it be listed under this category? Why ...? For the sake of others, please stick on the contribution guidelines. The reviewers would really appreciate it.
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
Hi @veggiemonk @vegasbrianc @gesellix @devhkr @Moshe-Immerman - please have a look at #446 and give your vote by :+1: or :-1: so we can update the list
thanks to all and have a nice weekend
Henry
@devhkr
Nice @agebhar1 . Will take a look. Have a nice weekend too :smile:
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
Thanks @devhkr :smiley:
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
GOOD JOB EVERYONE! :clap: +8k stars on github, 192 contributors, 1300 commits. Should we do something if we reach 200 contributors ?
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
:thought_balloon:
Tobias Gesellchen
@gesellix
@veggiemonk we should at least tweet about it :smile:
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
:+1:
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
Amazing idea... :+1:
Henry
@devhkr
:+1:
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
@vegasbrianc Well done and thank you for promoting the project....
We could have a section for slides and website that reference us ? Like you slides would be on it :D
Henry
@devhkr
@veggiemonk :smile: where did you guys start the conversation?
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
@devhkr go to slide 37 :D
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
:thumbsup:
Henry
@devhkr
:thumbsup:
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
@veggiemonk Travis failed due to

Issues :-(

Links

  1. [L380] https://docs.gitlab.com/ce/user/project/container_registry.html hostname "docs.gitlab.com" does not match the server certificate
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
I saw.... but it is not that i think this is a travis problem
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
... for awesome_bot
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
strange @veggiemonk
local run
No issues :-)

Wrote results to ab-results-README.md.json
Wrote markdown table results to ab-results-README.md-markdown-table.json
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
told you. Travis-CI issue
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
crazy
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
Hey what would be an easy domain name for the list? I’m not sure but I think the name docker is trademarked...
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
awesome-docker hits the 9k!
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
Amazing thanks a lot everybody
Henry
@devhkr
Hey folks. First of all, Happy New Year :tada:
Sorry, I've been away and busy for long time.
Henry
@devhkr
About the legal stuff. IMO, according to the Docker trademark guidelines, it shouldn't be a problem using the mark Docker as a directory after FQDN. Otherwise, it violates the trademark guidelines because of the confusion whether it's an offical, affiliated or sponsored site. To make sure awesome-docker page isn't a Docker affiliation etc., putting a disclaimer would be fine.
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
thanks @devhkr that was helpful
Happy 2018!!
Andreas Gebhardt
@agebhar1
@/all we hit the 10K :star: :tada:
Philipp Heuer
@PhilippHeuer
congrats :tada: :tada: :tada:
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
@agebhar1 \o/
alexandracyvoct
@alexandracyvoct

Hey everyone!
As part of my studies, I write a paper about the motivations to contribute to FOSS, with a focus on Docker.
I will be VERY VERY grateful if you take 2 minutes of your time to complete the following survey:
https://goo.gl/forms/4IR6IofUzM4fanaQ2

Thanks a million!

Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
done! What is that paper ? Is it for a university ? @alexandracyvoct
alexandracyvoct
@alexandracyvoct
Thanks! Yes exactly, the survey will be used for my master thesis!
Philipp Heuer
@PhilippHeuer
What is the most awesome thing you got running in your container environment?
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
@alexandracyvoct I reminds me of this : https://twitter.com/jessfraz/status/1019255654140215296 OH: "so I found a container the other day that had [pause] 143 copies of the jvm"
Philipp Heuer
@PhilippHeuer
Not sure if that fits my definition of awesome, but i sure am impressed by whoever thought that was a good idea xD
Eric Nemchik
@nemchik
Hi all! I've got a project that is made to help people run apps in Docker and compose, but the project itself does not run in a Docker container. https://dockstarter.com/ Another somewhat similar project (that I am not a part of) opened an issue veggiemonk/awesome-docker#638 requesting to be included and was told to have a look at https://github.com/Kickball/awesome-selfhosted I too have looked into awesome-selfhosted and recently been included Kickball/awesome-selfhosted#1622 My project is actually specifically geared towards installing docker, and compose, and running apps via included compose templates and my support documentation and community encourage people to learn how docker and compose work and build their own overrides for use with this project (and in general). So I'm wondering if it would be appropriate to make a pull request to add my project to your awesome list, and if so what category you feel it would fit under? I was thinking maybe https://github.com/veggiemonk/awesome-docker#terminal ?
Julien Bisconti
@veggiemonk
Sure make a pull request @nemchik