I've read this article about CoreOS's new container runtime, rkt, and I'm curious about this section:
Why not just fork Docker?
From a security and composability perspective, the Docker process model - where everything runs through a central daemon - is fundamentally flawed. To “fix” Docker would essentially mean a rewrite of the project, while inheriting all the baggage of the existing implementation.
As a security newbie, could someone enlighten me about the meaning of this paragraph?