Fwd: Important: Docker is sunsetting Free Team organizations
by Adam Kaplan
FYI - a few years ago I created the "shipwrightio" organization on Docker
Hub, mainly to prevent registry squatting. We are currently not using it
Docker hub now has an Open Source program that gives us a free Docker Team
subscription, plus removing the rate limits on images. In order to qualify,
though, we need to start mirroring content. Should we go ahead and do this?
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From: Docker <no-reply(a)docker.com>
Date: Tue, Mar 14, 2023 at 12:10 PM
Subject: Important: Docker is sunsetting Free Team organizations
Access to your organization data will be suspended on X, 2023.
*Docker is sunsetting Free Team organizations*
Free Team organizations are a legacy subscription tier that no longer
exists. This tier included many of the same features, rates, and
functionality as a paid Docker Team subscription.
After reviewing the list of accounts that are members of legacy Free Team
organizations, we’ve identified yours as potentially being one of them.
If you own a legacy Free Team organization, access to paid features —
including private repositories — will be suspended on *April 14, 2023
(11:59 pm UTC)*. Upgrade your subscription before *April 14, 2023* to
continue accessing your organization.
If you don’t upgrade to a paid subscription, Docker will retain your
organization data for 30 days, after which it will be subject to deletion.
During that time, you will maintain access to any images in your public
repositories, though rate limitations will apply. At any point during the
30-day period, you can restore access to your organization account if you
upgrade to a paid subscription. Visit our FAQ
for more information.
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