Agreed… but… here’s the use case:
We all agree that UnionFS / MergerFS has to be implemented in order to get a good user write, so there’s that.
Then we all know that we need to use some scripts to upload / download at a certain file size or age, so there’s that too.
We know Docker doesn’t play well with sharing files the from the container to the host, so then we need a share of some sort, be it FTP or CIFS or NFS, so there’s that as well.
Then, potentially, there could be an additional file system caching layer like Libsqlfs to squash the Google Drive scanning issues.
If we were to put all of this into a single docker, I could see it getting some significant use.