Hi Johnny, On Fri, Jun 4, 2021 at 7:12 PM Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org> wrote: > [... snip...] > > I've downloaded the archives of centos-announce since January 2019 and > > grepped for 'docker'. I only see multiple announcements for pcp, which > > includes a pcp-pmda-docker RPM, and a reference to Dockerhub. Nothing > > about docker itself. > > > > $ zgrep -i docker 20* > > 2019-October.txt.gz:db0fdf9b3d888e40a29f021c3200ed40b2be8c05ea27b429783572b3b80ab1ed > > pcp-pmda-docker-4.3.2-3.el7_7.x86_64.rpm > > 2019-October.txt.gz:db0fdf9b3d888e40a29f021c3200ed40b2be8c05ea27b429783572b3b80ab1ed > > pcp-pmda-docker-4.3.2-3.el7_7.x86_64.rpm > > [...] > > 2020-May.txt.gz:b6614b82c38dbe8d4de61b81d5d779de7fd13d58c341805dfdb1faa7be86538b > > pcp-pmda-docker-4.3.2-7.el7_8.x86_64.rpm > > 2021-March.txt.gz:- We are still in discussions on how to push these > > properly to Dockerhub. > > > > I also think clarifying the process would help. > > I build things as they get pushed to git.centos.org .. obviously some > things are more important than others, and extras is less than base .. > also we are going through a CentOS Linux 8 release cycle. > > We do not announce Extras updates .. only actual OS updates .. on CentOS > announce .. and then only for CentOS 7 Linux. So, if something resides > in the os/ or updates/ repositories, and if they get announced here: > > https://access.redhat.com/errata/#/ > > Then I announce it. Any other repos, no announcements. Thanks for clearing things up, that makes sense. > > I don't have anything to do with Dockerhub .. someone else will have to > answer that. That's just part of an email sent to the list; I think somebody was announcing CentOS stream Docker images. No worries there. Not sure what's the more advanced way of searching the list archive, I did a more 'manual' search with wget and zgrep. Stefan.