gscrivano reported a new issue against the project: `atomic-wg` that you are following:
I'd like to refer to an image in the registry without referring to the Fedora version that it is based on, so that it will be easier to track if an image was updated and get always the latest version.
For example, it could be a new namespace "latest" or "current" that points to the latest "f[1-9][0-9]+" one, as:
`registry.fedoraproject.org/latest -> registry.fedoraproject.org/f26`
With such a change I could do something like:
# atomic install --system registry.fedoraproject.org/latest/etcd
and keep using "atomic pull && atomic containers update etcd" to keep the container updated without worrying that the latest version will be in a different namespace at some point.
Another advantage of such change is that it will make easier to use images from the Fedora registry onto other systems (such as RHEL or CentOS) where it is not immediate to know what is last version of Fedora available and how to get the most updated version of an image.
This won't break current use cases, as the namespaced images will still exist.
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