When Docker announced the Moby Project earlier this week, it wasn’t entirely clear why it mattered—or even what it was.
It sounded like Docker was trying to share its internal processes for building Docker from components donated to the community.But Docker’s GitHub site has since been reworked as the Moby Project, and the point is much clearer. Moby is to Docker what Fedora Project is to Red Hat: an entirely separate brand, explicitly designated as a community project, that serves as a collection point and proving ground for the open source pieces that go into the commercial edition of the product.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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