+ minishift list.
On Wed, Nov 29, 2017 at 4:56 AM, Christian Posta <cposta(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> First, is this the right list for this question? If not, which one?
> According to https://docs.openshift.org/latest/minishift/using/host-
> folders.html#driver-host-folders I should have my /Users/* folder mounted
> into the minishift vm (using xhyve). It works great on minikube. But
> Minishift 1.9.0 does not do this. Is there a way to enable/force it?
> *Christian Posta *
> Chief Architect, cloud appdev
> twitter: @christianposta
The part which I found most relevant for us is :
"I look forward to the day I can run "minikube start --vm-driver="windows"
(or something) and easily set up a Kubernetes development system
locally using Windows native Linux Container support rather than using
Hyper-V Virtual Machines, if I choose to"
It seems there is interest from community about this.
On Sat, Nov 25, 2017 at 9:15 PM, Gerard Braad <me(a)gbraad.nl> wrote:
> Linux Containers natively on Windows:
> Gerard Braad | http://gbraad.nl
> [ Doing Open Source Matters ]
Moving the discussion to minishift mailing list
On Fri, Nov 24, 2017 at 6:20 AM, Gerard Braad <gbraad(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> seems we need to rename the label 'easyfix' to 'help wanted':
> It aeems 'help wanted' is an internal state, It makes the projects
> show '1 issues needs help' for instance on the project overview page:
> eg. https://github.com/VCVRack
> Would like to hear your thoughts.
Github recommends "Help wanted" and "good first issue". PFA screen shot
from github website (during October fest), Personally I like the "good
first issue" tag as the replacement for :easyfix" tag as it actually
targets the first time contributors. "Help wanted" tag means that we want
community to help us fixing them and they may be or may be not easy fix