It is very convenient to create Autobuild repositories on DockerHub linked to a Github repository with a Dockerfile. Then every time you commit to Github, Dockerhub is going to build the image on their service and make it available on https://hub.docker.com and can quickly be pulled to any other system that supports Docker or Singularity.

Unfortunately if you have many Github organizations and repositories, the process to set a new repository up gets stuck.

Fortunately we can bypass the issue by directly accessing the right URL, as suggested on StackOverflow.

I created a simple page to make this quicker, add the right parameters and it automatically builds the right URL, see:

https://github.com/docker-auto-build