Is today the day I find a project that I'll actually want to play with?
The search continues
@cypnk i use it daily and have long-since concluded that docker is a terrible project with some useful properties that would be better expressed in a less-terrible project.
@cypnk It probably doesn't actually require Docker. You can crack open the Dockerfile and find out what's inside!
Well, unless it's a containerization project (ex. Docker itself, a library that lets you run unit tests inside containers, Kubernetes, docker-in-docker, etc.)
@urusan The thing is though, the level of untangling I need just isn't worth it to me when I'm just trying out something
It's like when I got my first portable table saw. There were other models that needed a whole heap of handholding to get actually "portable", but I went with the one that actually was
@cypnk Have I got the tool for you!
It's called Docker, and it makes trying out new systems much easier! Plus, cleanup is a breeze!
Oh shoot, wait...
@cypnk I'm pretty sure this post *actually* broke a barrier or two in my inability to understand Docker lol
I would like to publish a Package! that sounds nice... throwing some thoughtful treats in a package...
but I think I'm going to continue putting that off lol.
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