i do hope Docker find a new better way of funding themselves as its a great resource.
Makes trying new things far easier and reliable.
Maybe they can do an online hosting solution or something for a small monthly fee?
Container-flinger Docker has offered further details on why it has changed the terms of service for its Hub service, blaming 1 per cent of its users for making trouble for the rest of us. The latest explainer addresses Docker’s rate-limited plans for container image pulls. “In determining why rate limits were necessary and …
How do you rate-limit anonymous manifest requests?
Other than that, forcing moderately heavy users onto a $5/month plan doesn't seem like much of a burden. Clever auto-scaling cloud users could even avoid that by starting from an image that has already done the pulls.
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