writes "Docker announced today the formation of the Docker Governance Advisory Board http://sdt.bz/70147 . The board will function as a tool for feedback from the communities that use Docker, but will not have any actual control over the project itself .The idea is to model the Docker governance process after that of the Linux kernel, according to Docker SVP of product Scott Johnston. Three seats of the 15-member advisory board will go to the top Docker project contributors including project creator Solomon Hykes. As for the other seats, Johnson told SD Times that Google, IBM, Rackspace and Red Hat have all heavily invested their internal use of Docker. The Docker Governance Advisory Board members will be formally announced at the first Docker Conference, which takes place in San Francisco, June 9-10."