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From Victor <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Artemis Docker Image
Date Mon, 05 Mar 2018 07:17:46 GMT
I have been maintaining a docker image for quite a while: (> 100k pulls)
It does work, its fairly configurable, supports Ubuntu and Alpine (big deal
for the docker community) and I'm happy to make changes if anyone feels
there is area for improvement.

This said, we kinda already had this discussion, see thread I started back
in 11/7/16: *Contributing to the Apache Docker Account*.
But things were rather confusing regarding that Apache docker account back

I was mostly talking to John D. Ament, that seemed pretty knowledgeable
about the account and about what was expected.
John if you are reading, perhaps you could let us know how things are right
now in that regard?

2018-03-01 11:20 GMT-08:00 Clebert Suconic <>:

> On Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 12:08 PM, Arthur Naseef <> wrote:
> > I know how to create a docker image, and do so with a maven build.
> >
> > And getting an image into a registry isn't too hard.  That's the "docker
> > push" command.  I suspect the docker-maven-plugin may be able to do that
> as
> > part of a build.
> >
> > The part I don't know is how it can be published to a central docker
> > registry.  May be as simple as setting up an account on the central
> server.
> Yes.. that's the thing I'm wondering. I was wondering if there was an
> apache account we could use. or if we would need to create an account
> for activemq.
> >
> > As for making it part of the release - I think it would be great to have
> a
> > public docker image updated on every release.  However, I wouldn't want
> to
> > make it part of the main Artemis build (i.e. "mvn clean install" from the
> > activemq-artemis.git root) since the main deliverable from Apache
> projects
> > is the source, and requiring everyone who builds Artemis to have docker
> and
> > build the image seems like overkill.
> That's what I expected. I was just wondering if there was an apache
> precedent on that. Docker becomes a binary distribution on that sense.

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