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Steven S
  • Friday, March 31, 2017
 
 
  • Lots of updates to ipywidgets, thinking about versioning and the protocol, etc.
 
  • Changed the way inspectors/completers set flags on editor to allow for tab/shift-tab to both be able to indent and also be used to invoke completer/tooltip commands
  • Started refactor of file browser and its extension to offer a factory to create file browsers and track them
  • Removed concept of application-level current working directory
 
 
  • Friday, March 24, 2017
 
342 days ago
JamieW January 2017 weekly meetings
 
Min R General meetings Tuesdays at 9:00 am US Pacific (17:00 UTC during US winter)
 
Fernando P * To join via Phone:
Dial any of:
1 408 740 7256
1 888 240 2560 (US Toll Free) - meeting ID 6220936068
1 408 317 9253 (Alternate Number)
 
(see all numbers - http://bluejeans.com/numbers)
 
JamieW To join via computer,  https://bluejeans.com/jupyter
Copy & paste this number to join via BlueJeans App: 6220936068 
 
Ana R For the moderator, please share a verbal reminder for YouTube audience that they can go to https://Jupyter.hackpad.com to see all the notes!
 
Matthias B
  • Tuesday January 3, 2017
JamieW General Announcements:
 
Matthias B Reminder to try to make full sentences with all the informations you want to give, otherwise it is a daunting task to try to make a written summary on the mailing list. If writing the summary take more than 30min I won't send it. (Matthias)
 
 
Brian G Governance
  • We have a draft of trademark policy PR open:
  • Based on the trademark policy of the PSF
  • Brian has created a process document PR for authoring Jupyter related academic papers:
  • One big point to discuss is what level of involvement authors need to have to be an author on the papers:
  • The SymPy model required all authors to actively participate in the editing and writing of the paper. This worked well up to 30 authors.
  • If we wanted to have many more authors (100s) that wouldn't scale well
  • We will initially apply this process to JOSS papers.
  • Fernando has a PR open with a CoC:
  • A ton of people have helped out with this
  • We are finalizing things and expect to merge it soon
 
 
thomas@kluyver.me.uk Project management (Jamie)
JamieW
  • This week I'll be working on creating and curating a Project Mgt GitHub repo 
 
Grant N Notebook (Grant, Matthias, Thomas, Jason)
Steven S
 
JamieW JupyterLab (Darian- :speak_no_evil: )
Steven S
  • Most of us were off for the past two weeks.  We will be working in earnest on finishing state restoration (but not yet dock panel layout) and the Abstract Code Editor this week.  We released version 0.12.1 over the break which has compatibility with Notebook 4.3.1.
 
Jason G IPywidgets (Jason :speak_no_evil: , Sylvain  :speak_no_evil: )
Sylvain C
  • Closing more issues towards ipywidgets 6.0.
  • Kernel-backed widgets as apps. 
  • Iterate on the changelog for a beta announcement
  • Question for jupyterlab team:
 
Min R JupyterHub (Min)
Released JupyterHub 0.7.1, DockerSpawner 0.6 with fixes for some issues that showed up in 0.7.
 
 nbdime (Min)
Getting a trickle of feedback, and some fixes for UI and installation / git integration cases. The Jupyter / OpenDreamKit team at Simula is also getting more involved in nbval for testing notebooks.
 
Michael P nbconvert (Mike) 
• Got some feedback from developer of nbsphinx
Peter P
Sylvain C
  • Michael Pacer Do you want to ask Matthias Geier about the Jupyter org?
Michael P
  • Yes, should I do that on personal email or just via public issues/prs? I'm just going to create an issue on the incubator 
Sylvain C
  • I don't know him personally. Up to you.
 
Matthias B GitHub Automation (Matthias) :speak_no_evil: 
Matthias B
  • I would appreciate not to have to talk, not feeling well. 
  • Taking shape, nothing worth to report. 
  • (Auto) Backport currently working.
  • Trying to work around some limitation of GitHub (beta) API waiting fixes on GitHub side.
  • Discussed things that automation could do yesterday. Need to write that up.
Michael P
  • Backports to branches
  • friendly autopep8 running into some problems with permissions
  • automatically writing issues 
 
Brian G Design (Brian)
  • No update
 
Thomas K Paper (Thomas)
JamieW
  • No update today
 
 
Peter P Services (docker-stacks, nbviewer) (Pete)
  • All of the jupyter/docker-stacks images have been updated to include notebook 4.3 with token auth enabled by default.
  • There were a handful of PRs and issues submitted against nbviewer related to self-hosted instances (e.g., adding modification times to localfiles listing, fixing local notebook download from localfiles mode). There appears to be rising interest in getting more doc about running nbviewer on-premise.
 
 
Michael P  • working on nbconvert 5.0 & going forward blogpost
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363 days ago
  • Tuesday December 13, 2016
JamieW General Announcements:
 
thomas@kluyver.me.uk Project management (Jamie)
Fernando P
  • CoC materials almost ready, will finish up in the next day or two.  Will update the PR (jupyter/governance#23) and remove the [WIP} label so we can wrap it up.
  • JupyterCon: save the date! August 21-25, NYC. If you have suggestions for keynote speakers, panel ideas, anything else, please send them Fernando's way.
 
 
Grant N Notebook (Grant, Matthias, Thomas, Jason)
Jason G
  • jupyter/notebook#1958 - fixed some async bugs and added functionality to have Output widgets in ipywidgets.
  • 4.3 was released (thanks Grant!)
 
Carol W JupyterLab (Darian)
Steven S
  • Continuing work on beta issues and test coverage.
 
Jason G IPywidgets (Jason)
  • Continued progress on releasing 6, overhauling some widgets, tracking down remaining issues. Several new betas released, and new one coming
  • Output widget working in classic notebook again (needs notebook master)
  • Sylvain Corlay has been working hard on getting widgets rendered in docs/nbconvert with Mike Pacer. 
Michael P
  • This requires using either jupyter-sphinx or manually including a embed script tag.
Sylvain C
  • Yes, the embedder script tag should also be added in `nbsphinx` at some point.
Jason G
  • Paul Ivanov also worked on a few bugs and documentation
  • Working on fixing some issues with tab widget and accordion widget. Tweaking the phosphor tab widget to make it work with a CSS layout.
 
 
Min R JupyterHub (Carol)
Carol W - JupyterHub: Responding to questions and issues on new release JupyterHub 0.7 ,(Changelog)
- jupyterhub-deploy-teaching: Updating Ansible scripts to be more modular and better documented
  • - JupyterDay Paris went well (interest in nbgrader talk next time)
  • - New mailing list: Jupyter in HPC
Matthias B
 
Michael P nbconvert (Mike)
• nbconvert merged with widget support earlier today! (many thanks to Sylvain Corlay)
  • • widget support is technically only partial because we don't have the javascript embedder in the template; could hard code it, wasn't sure if that was the right way to go
• further progress on header ids, now using github projects to organise some of that
• docs are broken and have been broken for a month, going to work with Carol on this 
  • • stable docs are now live
 
 
 
 
 

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