Docker users with a legacy Free Team organization subscription have been told they have one month to convert to a paid tier or risk losing access to their data—a move that might break build automations for many open source projects.
Many Docker users with Free Team accounts are reporting they have received an email from Docker stating they will soon no longer be able to use the service, and must switch to a paid subscription tier ($300/year) or risk losing access to data.
Docker Team subscriptions give groups of developers an organizational unit for the developers associated with a given set of Docker repositories. The free version of this offering has been widely used by open source projects. Removing it means losing the data associated with those teams, including Docker images.
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