I'm looking at setting up Jenkins running in a docker container, I know 
that there are tons of information just a google search away but there is 
one thing I have not been able to figure out. 
As far as I can tell the official docker images can be found 
at https://hub.docker.com/r/jenkins/jenkins/ and there is a reference 
to https://github.com/jenkinsci/docker/blob/master/README.md for 

Right now if I run the jenkins/jenkins:lts container I get the latest LTS 
version of Jenkins which is 2.107.2 at the moment, but if I clone the repo 
from GitHub git(@)github.com:jenkinsci/docker.git and build a container my 
self i get an old version, 2.60.3. Why is it like that ? 

It is possible to specify the JENKINS_VERSION as an argument to docker 
build but then there is verification step with a SHA for the jenkins.war 
file and the SHA is hard coded in the Dockerfile so it isn't really 
possible to change the Jenkins version by just specifying another version 
from the command line. 

Seems to me that there should be a repo that contains the latest Dockerfile 
for the current Jenkins version or is that managed in some other way ?

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