when using the docker-compose file from the openhab-cloud github repo, it starts the image openhab/openhabcloud-app:latest from hub.docker.com.
But this image is about 2 years old.
Do I habe to build my own app-image from dockerfile to get the latest updates?
Why is the app-image on hub.docker.com not being updated?
Or does it download the current version at every new container deployment?
Before I can create a pull request I should know, if it is really outdated. And that was all, my question was about.
But after thinking about it and looking at the dockerfile in the gihub repository, I would say it is outdated, because the dockerfile copies the files out of the repo into the image during the build process.
When this dockerfile was also used for creating the image 2 years ago, then the files in the image are 2 years old and there are missing about 33 commits.
… so there’s a good chance they will get out of date without someone who can make sure they are up to date.
But what is to do, to make sure the docker image is up to date?
Before I create a pull request to update the documentation and say everyone should build his own image, it would be more beautiful to update the image regulary, as done with the normal openHAB image.