On Tue, Mar 14, 2023 at 9:33 PM Erik Huelsmann <..hidden..
Docker is revoking our ability to distribute Docker images through Docker Hub. We applied to Open Source status before -- which would have allowed us to keep distributing our Docker images through Docker Hub -- but the procedure was complex and unclear. We were not given Open Source status as a result.
Today, I applied with the Docker Open Source Program. I did this several years ago, but the reaction wasn't encouraging, which is why I never tried it again, until today, triggered by the Free account "removal". The experience was totally different this time: within an hour, our project was approved for the Docker Open Source Program (where 30 days were promised)!
The Docker Open Source Program is a one-year commitment from Docker to our project, with the intent to renew as long as the project remains in line with their requirements. I'd like to thank Docker for their continued support of our project.
Robust and Flexible. No vendor lock-in.