Is it planned to spend more effort on improving the integration between rkt and the entire Fedora ecosystem (workstation, server, and CoreOs)?
I ask this in two contexts, first I still have SELinux pains with systemd-nspawn/machinectl managed containers. And the last time I tried rkt, there were other SElinux problems (though I haven’t looked since F25). So the “spin up a container” promise still isn’t as easy as creating a VM.
Second, spending effort to make rkt a more seamless (see below), production ready, container solution weaved into the fabric of the Fedora ecosystem would be very powerful. E.g. it would make local desktop security practices more achievable for every day users, it would provide a smoother operations transition between local development (workstation), small production deployments (server), and massively scalable production environments (coreos). I would love to see Fedora THE place to start hacking on a project, launching a product, and scaling up - and I can see rkt playing a large part in that.
By “more seamless” I don’t mean a new gnome UI, like boxes or anything. I mean fundamental support into SElinux, firewalld, cockpit, etc. Official guides and documentation. Essentially I’m suggesting official support across lower level integrations and project/community fundamental
I didn’t see anything in the announcement it FAQs. Please let me know if I missed it.