making it really easy to run OpenShift locally on a laptop so folks can try things out & play around with local docker builds and JSON definitions is a really great goal. I can see lots of developers (myself included) wanting an easy way to try out code changes locally inside a little OpenShift environment to check things seem OK before pushing (and then doing the usual remote OpenShift build and so forth).
I found to be able to use local docker builds (that are not in the public registry) I had to run a docker registry locally; then build images and push them to the local registry.
I wonder if in this 'run openshift locally on your laptop inside docker' mode we could avoid the need to also run a docker registry? Just that the extra push adds extra time & complexity; things would feel a bit more agile if a stand alone openshift could just reuse the images the local docker daemon is aware of already?
My first test I just tried referencing images I'd built locally; but openshift couldn't find them. I'm guessing its trying to pull by default; or is it hard wired to only talk to local or global registries?