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Not sure how realistic my idea is, but in terms of very large AIP distribution – we could encourage the community to actively seed it on P2P, so it's distributed by torrent rather than having to pay for long-term hosting costs?
I don't see a direct relation between goal 2 (AIP) and Docker. I now that we would like to use the AIPs within Docker and that it makes sense for Docker to provide AIPs, but I considder this more a side effect than a goal of our docker work. At least it should not be the second goal (expecting at least some people to just quickly read the headlines).
Regarding Docker I see more goals, maybe some may be covered indirectly already, but I think they are worth to get emphasized:
Yes, I suppose I just see a lot of those goals like "comparable setup for testathons", "easy testing for new users", "easy, stable previews" etc, as needing both a well-maintained docker / docker-compose resources, but also a decent set of AIPs to make it a more realistic user experience?
For development, agree they'd mainly be around for just testing and quite often the nature of the fix/improvement being worked on means it needs some special test conditions anyway.
So perhaps the test AIPs are a dependency of a goal like "shared testing / preview / review" experience? (of which docker is another dependency?)
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