Thanks, that’s helpful.
It sounds like my anticipated disappointment was correct.
From what you’re saying, it sounds like dockerhub is just a repo for the application’s code, but cannot be used to actually use that application. If so, this is what I suspected…
To confirm, are you saying there is no way to run an application within dockerhub and face the general public with that running application?
If this is the case, what does the “public” in “public repo” allow the public to do? I take it they can just copy and/or edit the application’s code and settings, as a co-developer rather than as an end user. Is this correct?
For me, the app I want to run is already built… it’s just Discourse.
Is there any way that you can see it being possible to operate this app from dockerhub** without third party hosting?
Thanks for your help by the way!
** dockerhub, or, any other feature or function provided for free by docker, regardless of what they name it.