On Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 4:09 AM, Alan Franzoni <alanfranz@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
It's packaged for both Centos/RHEL7 and Fedora 23. The repos are listed in the readme.

Do you mean "making it available on official EPEL and Fedora repos" ? I think I won't do that; usually such projects have certain requirements on packaging guidelines and/or upgrades and/or maintenance which go far beyond what I'm willing to invest - beyond the fact that I'd probably need to support the distro provided (or EPEL provided) docker version, multiplying the dependency paths which I should support.

Yes, sorry, I meant making it available in the official repos.

How about COPR ( https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/ )? Then it's a bit closer to being "official"?
BTW if you find the tool useful and somebody wants to step up for such packaging/maintenance task, I'll be happy to accept upstream patches that let the compatibility exist, even though this would mean supporting legacy docker or python versions.

It definitely sounds like an interesting idea and so I'll give it a whirl and see if the advantages are significant enough for me to start using it instead of mock.