not only would the docker-plugin get installed, but it'd be pre-configured
pjdarton that is definitely our plan. I now have something working locally with that, hoping to push it for review tomorrow (I need to unhack my local config, and not configure things by hand, but at least now I can build with Docker provisioned agents).
We want Jenkins to be usable to build OOTB, not just have a plugin configured indeed.
[...] all three standard templates too
Here I do not understand what you mean. Is there such a thing as standard available Docker templates provided by the plugin? In case I missed it.
Or you mean, there would like 3 or 4 default templates to support the various basic use cases out there?
For now, I'm using a very basic and generic agent label for this, and was planning on providing a single template for now at least. But if you think we can do more and that it would make sense for users, I'm definitely all ears.