Dockerfile URL: https://roshi.fedorapeople.org/containers/apache/Dockerfile
Source URL: https://roshi.fedorapeople.org/containers/apache/
Description: Container to run apache on port 80.
Fedora Account System Username: roshi
Man, the container guidelines are a breeze compared to today's packaging guidelines. See the notes below:
ok - LABELs are sane
MAINTAINER points to the Cloud wiki page. Should it instead point to you
as the maintainer or to the Atomic SIG?
ok - CMD/ENTRYPOINT is sane
Container Content Guidelines:
ok - No net new code
run-apache.sh is sufficiently minimal
ok - One service per container
ok - Package names use only a-zA-Z0-9-._+ subject to restrictions on -._+
NO - Package names are sane
Apache httpd goes by the name "httpd" both upstream and in Fedora. The
container should match these as well.
ok - No naming conflicts
ok - Version is sane
-- - Version does not contain ~
ok - Release is sane
ok - %dist tag
ok - Case used only when necessary
ok - Package names follow applicable language/addon rules
Please, mind #1429680, which is also a review request for the Apache HTTPD. That variant is a bit more powerful and also runs on OpenShift, which is important for the docker images. The image from #1429680 should cover all use cases of this one as well. Would you be fine with going with #1429680 instead?
We can go with that one. I'll close this out.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1429680 ***