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The Docker Book by James Turnbull

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9 Getting help and extending Docker

Docker is in its infancy – sometimes things go wrong. This chapter will talk about:

  • How and where to get help.
  • Contributing fixes and features to Docker.

You’ll find out where to find Docker folks and the best way to ask for help. You’ll also learn how to engage with Docker’s developer community: there’s a huge amount of development effort surrounding Docker with hundreds of committers in the open-source community. If you’re excited by Docker, then it’s easy to make your own contribution to the project. This chapter will also cover the basics of contributing to the Docker project, how to build a Docker development environment, and how to create a good pull request.

Note This chapter assumes some basic familiarity ...

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