Docker Open Source Program
Docker is committed to supporting the Open Source community. The Docker Open Source Program provides a platform to help non-commercial open source developers continue to collaborate, innovate and push their projects forward.
For your project namespace on Docker Hub, Docker offers unlimited pulls and unlimited egress to any and all users, with no egress restrictions applying to any Docker users pulling images from that namespace. In addition, if your project uses Autobuild capabilities, you can continue using them for free. You are also free to continue to use Docker Desktop via the Docker Personal subscription.
To qualify for the program, your project namespace:
- Must be shared in public repos.
- Is not funded by a commercial company or organization.
- Meets the Open Source Initiative definition (defined here), including definitions for Free distribution, source code, derived works, integrity of source code, licensing and no tolerance for discrimination Distributes images under an OSI approved open source license.
If your open source project complies with the above criteria, and you would like Docker to support your project on Docker Hub, please complete and submit our application form.