The latest 1.3.0 announcement mentioned a latest vs a stable docker tag. Since both of these tags are going to be moving between versions separate from these docs from being updated, is there a place we can see what these tags currently point to?
Also, the latest announcement didn’t mention what is currently stable – where does this point to today? Thanks!
Denise, just a quick thought – I think the verbiage “Latest Release” is generally seen to imply “Latest Stable Release for production” for most projects with docker version tags I’m familiar with.
I know this is subjective, but maybe something like “Latest [Development|Experimental|Beta] Release” and “Latest Stable Release” front and center might make this clearer. I would have completely missed the stable vs latest point if I didn’t read the full set of release notes.
In addition, until just a couple weeks ago, the Rancher documentation said that :latest is the stable release. If users don’t take care or if they forgot to update their scripts, they’ll be running the latest development release. I almost missed this when updating from Rancher 1.2.0 to 1.2.2.