Continuing the discussion from https://github.com/moby/moby/issues/32861#issuecomment-299242207
Naively, I would think we should have the following:
- Moby architecture: a place where we discuss the architecture and at first the split of moby into components
- Moby tooling : a place where we discuss the tooling around moby and components (could be in
And one categorie per components, like
We should probably be careful about too much fragmentation to start.
In fact, it may be good to start with just a general category and only break out as neccessary.
Having categories for each component helps to organize the content and it facilitates discoverability.
I agree, when there’s lots of content to wade through.
But when just starting out it’s makes it difficult to find and just generally more work.
- Meta (project/org discussion)
- Architecture (breaking up monolith, new components)
- Support (community Q/A)
Over time we can likely take bits from “Architecture” and break them off into separate categories.
Seems good to me
I created “Meta”, “Architecture”, and “Support” categories to start with