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Re: AW: node-wot dockerimage

From: Mccool, Michael <michael.mccool@intel.com>
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2017 13:05:47 +0000
To: "Hund, Johannes" <johannes.hund@siemens.com>
CC: Michael Koster <michael.koster@smartthings.com>, Public Web of Things IG <public-wot-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <08C1CA3B-6158-4B50-A5AF-0B92283B4DDB@intel.com>
This is very useful.  The other container format I have seen (and used) is snaps, which looks to be a little more lightweight than docker.  Officially supporting at least one of these two in node-wot would be very valuable.

> On Jun 29, 2017, at 19:44, Hund, Johannes <johannes.hund@siemens.com> wrote:
>> I have been working on dockerizing node-wot and
>> have a working image for ubuntu/x86 targets.
>> https://hub.docker.com/r/mjkoster/node-wot-ubuntu/
> Great, thanks!
>> On startup, it calls an external nodejs script according to the same pattern of the
>> OCF servers. The dockerfile and startup file are in a fork of the node-wot repo:
>> https://github.com/thingweb/node-wot/compare/master...mjkoster:mjk-
>> dockerization?expand=1
> I'd open a Pull-request for this, we'd probably need your consent that this will be published under MIT license (for now) and eventually later unter W3C and other licenses.
>> I am having problems with the raspberry pi version and will upload it when I figure
>> out what is going wrong.
> If you use the raspberry-pi example, it could be related to the unicorn daemon (the driver of the 8x8 LED field)
>> I'm not sure if the external networking is functional yet either, but I wanted to
>> share the status.
> Sounds great, thanks for the update!
> Will have a look at it and see if I can help.
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