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Docker Subscription Changes

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This was first posted here:

I was curious of peoples thoughts on the changes in Docker (Desktop) subscription model.  

It seems to allow for educational use for free but large usages requires fee based subscriptions.  

I believe it’s limited to “Docker Desktop” so assume the underlying docker functionality may not be fully impacted but was curious for thoughts on it none the less.
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I've never used "Docker Desktop" but I have noticed a gradual fading of enthusiasm for Docker.  Docker, is, after all, only one of the containerization systems available under the Linux OCI container architecture.

While I'm not totally up-to-date on Kubernetes, I've had the impression that they favor an alternative these days. Definitely on the Fedora platform the encouraged technology is Podman and has been for a while.
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