On Dec 7, 2017, at 19:00, Christian Heimes firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Why is there 'Docker' in the name? Is the container image restricted to Docker runtime or can I use it with lxc, systemd-nspawn, rkt, or any other container runtime, too?
I honestly don’t know, and I’ve only used it with Docker, but there is the Open Container Initiative to promote standards, so maybe it can.
There are likely legal issues with the name, too. After all 'Docker' is a registered trademark of Docker, Inc . I'd be careful and call it 'Python.Org Official Multiversion Development Supercalifragilistic Container Image' instead.
Yeah, that’s a good suggestion. Well, maybe without the Potential Poppins Infringement.
(And yes, I’m going to follow up on python-dev now.)