The popular container class application DCCER launched several circuit diagrams last year is considered to be the gradual shift of the harvesting community to commercialisation has caused many users dissatisfaction.
Recently, the DCKERER adjustment download method has once again caused developers to complain; users must register to log in to the app store to get the installation package download link.
A large number of developers say that this adjustment of the DOCKER is a superfluous addition because more such steps will make the developer download and installation process more complicated.
Initially, this adjustment did not attract too much attention from developers, but after the change, developers found that they had to log in to the store to download and then provide feedback.
The suspected DOCKER official responded to the feedback list requesting the user to log in to the store to download to improve the user experience and is therefore not prepared to withdraw the changes.
After being followed by a large number of developers, the official DOCKER maintainer also said that this step seems to be a superfluous but really to improve the user experience.
Developers say that even if Oracle does not require users to log in to download the MySQL Community Edition, the DOCKER is stupid. As for the aspect of the user experience being improved, the DOCKER official did not explain it. It seems unlikely that the official withdrawal of such a cumbersome step.