On Wed, Jul 13, 2016, at 09:40 AM, Tim St. Clair wrote:
Do we have a formal position, or is this still POC?
Still a PoC, but I believe it'd be relatively easy for downstreams to productize. For
example, we're using librepo which is the same library used by dnf (and rpm-ostree)
that knows how to speak TLS client certificates that Red Hat Enterprise Linux uses
to gate access to content. And for that matter implements RPM GPG verification the same
In general the micro-yuminst layer will require some maintenance but not that much;
"yum -y install" is 95% of anyone wants to do in Docker images.
Probably the next interesting question is whether the current base images should derive from this.
Anyways, I encourage feedback as issues in
If there's enough interest, we'll see about importing it into the projectatomic/ github org and
taking next steps like integrating it into the CentOS build processes.