Since a couple of months ago, email@example.com is under development, we want to give you a first update of the current list of features ready to be tested and incoming ones.
Verdaccio and deterministic lock files
Lockfiles on node package manager (npm) clients are not a new topic, yarn broke the node package managers world with a term called determinism providing a new file generated after install called yarn.lock to pin and freeze dependencies with the objective to avoid inconstancies across multiple installations.
If you are using a private registry as Verdaccio, it might be a concern committing the lock file in the repo using the private or local domain as registry URL and then someone else due his environment is not able to fetch the tarballs defined in the lock file.
This is merely an issue that all package managers have to resolve, nowadays is not hard to see companies using their own registry to host private packages or using the Verdaccio the power feature uplinks to resolve dependencies from more than one registry using one single endpoint.