Posted in the Jupyter Paper repo issue: libraries.io is a cool service funded by Sloan Foundation. You can see project stats, including the number of projects that depend on your project. https://libraries.io/pypi/jupyterhub
Will try to test Carina Kubernetes beta with JupyterHub later this week
Parking on campus can be no big deal or a total pain depending on what's going on that day. In the hopes it won't be too bad we will be providing a Jupyter group pin code (see details below) that you can use at the electronic parking kiosks on campus. These passes will allow you to park in sponsored guest, staff, and general parking spots. Note these will be daily permits. Parking is enforced on campus from early morning to 10pm at night so be sure to avoid the tickets which are handed out liberally!
To secure parking go to any pay station machine on campus (except Poly Canyon Village).
Step 1 Press any button to “wake” the pay station. Find Map here: I recommend parking at either 130 or 36
Step 2 Select Sponsored Guest
Step 3 Enter Coupon Code: 69510
Step 4 Select OK
Step 5 Wait for validation and coupon will print. Place in a visible location in the dash of your vehicle.
Sponsored Guest Permits are not valid in Meters or Limited Time Zones. Permits are not for use by Cal Poly Faculty, Staff or Students. Use this only as needed, this will result in a direct bill of $4 to Jupyter and will be complimentary to you.
WiFi: Connect to the CalPolyGuestwireless network. Once connected, click on "need an account?" and fill out the form. You will be sent access credentials to the CalPolyGuest wireless network. These are valid for 5 days.
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
Agreed. We should just make sure we look at it before we get close to a release. The principles of the design shouldn't be substantially different. Starting with LESS to get the ball rolling makes sense.
Also, I am trying to use very simple aspects of less that would be supported by basically any less preprocessor. The "API" aspects of our CSS are 1) class names (which won't change) and 2) the variable declarations (which will be a few dozen lines). But those things should be stable through major versions of JupyterLab
Due to time limitations we need to either have a personal recommend from someone who has hosted an event there or we need to do a site visit prior to signing.
Requirements for space
TImeline: Meeting Monday Nov 7 - Friday Nov 11, Arriving Nov 6 Depart Nov 12 (Saturday)
sleeping rooms for 25
large meeting space for 25 (u shape)
if we have one or two breakout rooms depending on size of the large room and ability to split into two groups of 6 each
access to catering for meals and refreshments
TV/Projector, clicker, sound projection if possible
Research the following:
Austin: AT&T Conference Center
Scottsdale: Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort - 20 minutes from Phoenix Airport, would offer a good deal on our stay which is in the transition phase from Summer to peak season,
New York: Convene in Manhattan would have different options since they have 6 spaces, call to ask for basic quote + space (think about large VRBO spaces for hotel) Ask Bloomberg, Co working spaces (we work), Insight Data School has nice space but it depends on whether they're in session,
Results of calls
Colorado: Outside of Boulder: Chattaqua: Not available on those dates, Spring 2017?
Contact Wanona Tara: 303.952.1611
Notes from May 2016
National Center for Atomospheric Research - NCAR - Foothills