adding obscure things
diff --git a/atom/Dockerfile b/atom/Dockerfile
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+# VERSION:        0.1
+# DESCRIPTION:    Create the atom editor in a container 
+# AUTHOR:         Jessica Frazelle <jess@docker.com>
+# COMMENTS:
+#   This file describes how to build the atom editor 
+#   in a container with all dependencies installed.
+#   Note: atom is not a node-webkit app,
+#   found this out a little too late into this example
+#   it uses atom-shell(https://github.com/atom/atom-shell)
+#   Tested on Debian Jessie.
+# USAGE:
+#   # Download atom Dockerfile
+#   wget http://raw.githubusercontent.com/jfrazelle/dockerfiles/master/atom/Dockerfile
+#
+#   # Build atom image
+#   docker build -t atom .
+#
+#   docker run -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix \
+#     -e DISPLAY=unix$DISPLAY atom
+#
+
+DOCKER-VERSION 1.3
+
+# Base docker image
+FROM debian:jessie
+MAINTAINER Jessica Frazelle <jess@docker.com>
+
+# Install dependencies
+RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y \
+    build-essential \
+    ca-certificates \
+    curl \
+    git \
+    libasound2 \
+    libgconf-2-4 \
+    libgnome-keyring-dev \
+    libgtk2.0-0 \
+    libnss3 \
+    libxtst6 \
+    --no-install-recommends
+
+# install node
+RUN curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup | bash -
+RUN apt-get install -y nodejs
+
+# clone atom
+RUN git clone https://github.com/atom/atom /src
+WORKDIR /src
+RUN git fetch && git checkout $(git describe --tags `git rev-list --tags --max-count=1`)
+RUN script/build && script/grunt install
+
+# Autorun atom
+CMD /usr/local/bin/atom --foreground --log-file /var/log/atom.log && tail -f /var/log/atom.log
diff --git a/chromium/Dockerfile b/chromium/Dockerfile
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+# VERSION:        0.1
+# DESCRIPTION:    Create chromium container with its dependencies
+# AUTHOR:         Jessica Frazelle <jess@docker.com>
+# COMMENTS:
+#   This file describes how to build a Chromium container with all
+#   dependencies installed. It uses native X11 unix socket.
+#   Tested on Debian Jessie
+# USAGE:
+#   # Download Chromium Dockerfile
+#   wget http://raw.githubusercontent.com/jfrazelle/dockerfiles/master/chromium/Dockerfile
+#
+#   # Build chromium image
+#   docker build -t chromium .
+#
+#   # Run stateful data-on-host chromium. For ephemeral, remove -v /data/chromium:/data
+#   docker run -v /data/chromium:/data -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix \
+#   -e DISPLAY=unix$DISPLAY chromium
+
+#   # To run stateful dockerized data containers
+#   docker run --volumes-from chromium-data -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix \
+#   -e DISPLAY=unix$DISPLAY chromium
+
+DOCKER_VERSION 1.3
+
+# Base docker image
+FROM debian:jessie
+MAINTAINER Jessica Frazelle <jess@docker.com>
+
+# Install Chromium
+RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y \
+    chromium \
+    chromium-l10n \
+    libcanberra-gtk-module \
+    libexif-dev \
+    --no-install-recommends
+
+# Autorun chromium
+CMD ["/usr/bin/chromium", "--no-sandbox", "--user-data-dir=/data"]
diff --git a/gparted/Dockerfile b/gparted/Dockerfile
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+# VERSION:        0.1
+# DESCRIPTION:    Create gparted container with its dependencies
+# AUTHOR:         Jessica Frazelle <jess@docker.com>
+# COMMENTS:
+#   This file describes how to build a gparted container with all
+#   dependencies installed. It uses native X11 unix socket. 
+#   Tested on Debian Jessie
+# USAGE:
+#   # Download gparted Dockerfile
+#   wget http://raw.githubusercontent.com/jfrazelle/dockerfiles/master/gparted/Dockerfile
+#
+#   # Build gparted image
+#   docker build -t gparted .
+#
+#   docker run -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix \
+#     --device=/dev/sda:/dev/sda \
+#     -e DISPLAY=unix$DISPLAY gparted
+#
+
+DOCKER-VERSION 1.3
+
+# Base docker image
+FROM debian:jessie
+MAINTAINER Jessica Frazelle <jess@docker.com>
+
+# Install Gparted and its dependencies
+RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y \
+    gparted \
+    libcanberra-gtk-module \
+    --no-install-recommends
+
+# Autorun gparted
+CMD ["/usr/sbin/gparted"]