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In order to create and register a runner, we have to use the bitbucket.org web interface to create an individual runner, then we can copy down the relevant docker commands for creating a single runner.
I'm curious about whether it is possible, or perhaps someday will be possible, to dynamically spawn a runner. For example, it would be nice if I could manage a cluster of runners via Kubernetes or Docker Swarm given some kind of master credentials that allowed for creating runners on the fly.