Makes sense. I only fear the time docker will need something RHEL specific (as it's happening now with 1.9) but I guess we'll branch out when things will differ.
Right now I've created two now branches tracking 1.12 docker development but I'll remove them and just create one which will be used for both RHEL and Fedora.
Since we are shipping the same docker patches in RHEL/Fedora/Centos we need to stop carrying rhel-1.10 versus Fedora-1.10.
So lets just create patch sets based on version. 1.10 1.11 1.12 ...
Then build RHEL/Centos and Fedora versions off of same pool. We are hearing complaints from Kubernetes/OpenShift about having features in RHEL docker-1.9 that are not in Fedora-23 version.
So we need to better align these, and this will hopefully make our lives easier going forward.