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do you mean Linuxkit or Infrakit, Rob?
On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 4:01 PM, Rob Hirschfeld via cncf-toc <cncf-toc@...>
Sorry for the delay - ToC meeting tomorrow reminded me that this was pending....
The Docker team has done a good job answering questions. My point is that this area has a lot of churn right now and the scope of LinuxKit is huge and evolving. Since it's very pluggable, it appears to be a "do anything."
My expectation would be that narrowly defined components would be faster to bring into CNCF and something with a large scope would move slower. I'd have similar reservations about Digital Rebar in it's integrated form which is why I offered to demo it.
Note: I do agree that LinuxKit and our Digital Rebar efforts are collaborative. especially on the metal provision side.
Rob, Zach, to clarify: do you have specific concerns about InfraKit that we should ask Dave to address?
My understanding is that 1) InfraKit is OS-agnostic and does not require LinuxKit 2) InfraKit does not impose an immutable operating system pattern.
Rob, you suggest more review: specifically what should we review? I think we should aim to get to "yes" or "no" in a timely fashion.
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