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A New Place to Share Docker Files

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A New Place to Share Docker Files

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Discover a centralized approach to monitor your virtual infrastructure, on-premise IT environment, and cloud infrastructure – all on a single platform.

I just found a new subreddit for sharing Docker files: http://www.reddit.com/r/Dockerfiles/ 

This is pretty neat, since a few Google searches didn't yield any other good communities where Docker files are being shared and aggregated on a forum, other than a basic GitHub search.

The subreddit is less than one day old, and it has 8 posts at the time of this post's publication.    It was created by Russell Smith and I hope it, or something like it, really takes off.  I think it's going to really drive the developer community forward when Docker matures rapidly within the open source community.

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