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Eric Dill

176 days ago
1 888 240 2560 (US Toll Free) - meeting ID 62209360681
 
General Announcements:
 
 
May join by phone @ San Diego Supercomputer Center today for an OpenMP workshop
No need to speak - this section captures it all
  • Working on upgrade docs for JupyterHub 0.7
  • will look at Jupyter Deployment for Teaching re: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS for Brian Granger during this process
  • will also look at nbgrader
  • Preparing for Grace Hopper
 
Grant N Grant Nestor :emoji_1f64a: 
  • In class, will listen in but unable to speak
  • ipywidgets
  • Triaged issues
  • Migrated docs back to original Read The Docs theme
  • Will be working on widget support in docs, fixing widget styling issues, and switching from jQuery UI to HTML5
  • notebook
  • Working on PRs related to triaged issues
 
Peter P Peter Parente   :emoji_1f64a: (no need to talk, summary here)
  • Slides in github.com/jupyter-resources/talks
  • Whirlwind demo of notebook, jupyterlab, ipywidgets, etc.
  • iRODS also presented; much interest in iRODS + Jupyter for working on shared data
  • Couple convos about nbformat, sudospawner
 
 
Min R Min RK
  • working on stuff for JupyterHub 0.7 (testing/updating deploy examples, working with Carol on docs)
  • Will start releasing surrounding stuff (oauth, dockerspawner, sudospawner) this week.
  • did some deployment-related work (tmpnb now using letsencrypt everywhere)
 
  • will figure out what to do next, suggestions welcome
 
  • more jupyterlab extension hacking... theming is fun!
  • talking some docs with Matthias
 
 
Grant N Dan Allan  :emoji_1f64a:
Dan A
  • working on UI cleanup on JLab draggable output areas
  • working on JupyterLab extension for JuptyerHub
 
  • Pushing nbconvert with
 
Damián A Damian Avila :speak_no_evil:
  •  Answering support question on nbextensions and related things
 
thomas@kluyver.me.uk Thomas Kluyver :speak_no_evil:  
  • Rather rough, but ready for tires to be kicked
  • The Jupyter overview paper now has a complete draft. Now to revise it!
 
 
  • Working on outstanding issues in JupyterLab this week, including cleaning up inspector interaction
  • Fixed a subtle console history issue (still an outstanding PR)
 
• Finally figured out how to get rtd to build the core repo appropriately for nbconvert (kudos to Carol & Matthias)
 • looked into an arxiv exporter  :speak_no_evil: 
 • (this morning) heard back from warehouse so we can begin moving forward
Paul I
  •  what's warehouse?
thomas@kluyver.me.uk
  • We (primarily Mike & Matthias) have been trying to improve the architecture so that we can release Python 3 only versions, and pip on Python 2 will continue to find an older version.
Michael P  • going to be reworking the architecture page in the docs (including an up-to-date diagram)                      
Eric D
  •  Feel free to ping me if you need or want help with conda/conda-build/conda-environments. email is eric.dill@maxpoint.com or ericdill oh github 
Michael P
  • awesome! thank you!
Dan A
Michael P
  • So I conveyed the issue somewhat poorly, apologies. We want to use the conda environment.yml to do two things. One is be our rtd build keystone. Two is be our way for developers who want to build the docs locally to do so with as few steps as possible. Something like `../.` was working locally as a way of getting whatever is currently installed to be relative to the location of the file. (see [this commit](https://github.com/jupyter/nbconvert/commit/f03ed5c1bfcfc2c27e7ecf864e880f682792fd85) but rtd choked on that. 
  • Right now, the solution is to have readthedocs build it editably as an explicitly invoked command, and similarly we ask developers to do this explicitly (`pip install -e ../.`) after they've built and moved into the environment.
  • Dan I'm not sure how the file addressing works inside rtd containers. As Carol Said they can be tricky
 
  • Dates: Monday Nov 7, 2016 to Friday November 11, 2016
  • Location: San Luis Obispo, CA
  • Venue: California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly)
  • Schedule: 9am - 6pm daily
  • Agenda: To be announced
 

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