rkt will remain compatible with the Docker-specific image format, as well as its own native App Container Image (ACI). That means developers can build containers with Docker and run those containers with rkt. In addition, CoreOS will support the growing ecosystem of tools based around the ACI format.
SELinux is the list of people you can talk to, while seccomp is the list of what words you can say, McCarty said. As an example, if a person could communicate with another person using only three or five words, it would very much limit what could be expressed and prevent most types of illicit activities, and applies in much the same way to Linux containers, he added.
I'm rational, I know my vote doesn't mean jack... whereas if you read this very comment section there are hundreds of people that believe that not only does their vote mean something, but if they could do the incredible of changing someone's mind (through insults, at that), that the two or two hundred votes mean a thing. Your vote might mean something depending on where you live, but most likely, the candidates won't even bother visiting your state let alone think of you for a nanosecond. From the perspective of someone that can't afford to buy legislature watching others in the same boat, it'd be hilarious if you guys didn't take it so seriously.
But it's great entertainment for me, so carry on picking a tribe and waging war against people that are more like you than those you defend. I've been called cynical by the very people that, once stripped of their preconceived notions (read: lost enough money to no longer be paid lip service - on both sides of the aisle; everyone is alike more than they are different, trust me), tell me how terrible the system is. You gotta' love the irony and bring a big bucket of pop corn. Chances are, if you're reading this, your vote is a waste of natural resources. If that's not your thing, your vote is a waste of your time. Once you can accept that, you can grab a bucket of pop corn and enjoy the show.
I have a very small mind and must live with it. -- E. Dijkstra