Date: 26 March 2019 at 9am PST (your timezome)
Video-conference link: https://calpoly.zoom.us/my/jupyter
Link to prior meeting’s virtual meeting report
The purpose of these monthly video conference calls is to share and demonstrate the awesome things happening in Jupyter community. We invite anyone to present their work, engage in discussion, or just sit in and listen. Whether you have a new lab extension you’ve created, a new jupyterhub deployment you’re excited about, or an nteract papermill pipeline powering your business, we’d love to hear about it! And, we’ll record and publish these calls on YouTube for anyone unable to attend.
For more discussion on the format of these calls, see the thread here.
This is a place to make short announcements (without a need for discussion). This is also a great place to give shout-outs to contributors! We’ll read through these at the beginning of the meeting.
[x] Shout out to Damian Avila for the second community docker stack: umsimads/education-notebook [Peter Parente, jupyter/docker-stacks]
[x] Thank you Tony Hirst for your weekly newsletter Tracking Jupyter [Carol Willing, JupyterHub]
[x] Thank you to Professor Lorena Barba at GWU for hosting the recent Jupyter team meeting [Carol Willing, JupyterHub]
[x] Kudos, Zach Sailer et al, for kicking off the revitalization of this meeting over on the Jupyter Discourse site [Peter Parente (and everyone in attendance I suspect)]
[x] Leave your feedback about our new all-Jupyter community call here
[x] Come join us on the Jupyter Discourse Forum! (in case you aren’t already tired of me telling you this :-) )
Turn off add blocker if you want to login with google or github.
Let’s collect all potential agenda items here before the start of the meeting (closing time 24h before). We will then attempt to create a coherent agenda that fits in the 60m meeting slot. If there are similar items try and group them already.
[x] Suggested demo: docker-stacks project now posts image build manifests back to the GitHub project wiki for inspection [Peter Parente, https://github.com/jupyter/docker-stacks/wiki, 5 minutes]
[x] Introduction to mybinder.org, how to make a repository ready for running on mybinder.org [Tim Head, 10minutes]
Lots of example repositories: https://github.com/binder-examples/
Not just notebooks: https://github.com/betatim/vscode-binder
Documentation on how to specify dependencies and such https://repo2docker.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
Questions, comments and support: https://discourse.jupyter.org/c/questions
Write questions you have here:
Is it true that you personally are the only user of https://github.com/Carreau/open-with-binder ?
If running an event/tutorial type thing with Binder, how many users should we feel comfortable sending to MyBinder vs setting up our own Z2JH infrastructure?
By default it prevents more than 100 concurent launches of the same repo. You can ask for more if you are nice.
fun fact: apparently the reason this launch was slow is because somebody is teaching a “learn java” course on Binder just now and a bunch of people connected all at once https://github.com/santanche/java2learn
Show the log dashboard :P
sure thing: https://grafana.mybinder.org/d/fZWsQmnmz/pod-activity?refresh=1m&panelId=1&fullscreen&orgId=1
We’d love to figure out a funding model for binder
[x] [10minutes ] Update from the nteract team [Safia].
Version 1.0 of papermill, notebook execution and parameterization library, will be released in early April. (https://github.com/nteract/papermill)
Scrapbook, tool for extracting and assembling generated outputs and data from notebooks, known as scraps, will allow you to host scraps remotely on various cloud providers. (https://github.com/nteract/scrapbook)
Plan laid out for version 1.0 of the kernel-relay, a GraphQL API for interfacing with Jupyter kernels. (https://github.com/nteract/kernel-relay)
Effort to modularize the Data Explorer, an automatic visualization library, is underway.
nteract is participating in Google Summer of Code (https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/organizations/5447807656263680/)
How to learn more:
Nteract slack https://slack.nteract.io/
Weekly meeting on Monday Afternoon
Where is the Data Explorer repo?
[x] deathbeds stuff [Nick, github.com/deathbeds, 5min].
lintotype: interactive linting & formatting
wxyz: some crazy widgets
The SVG messed with my eyes. <3
Can you expand upon the “cell-id” things?
cell id in lintotype
cell id in irobotframework
Are those suposed to be extension ? Built-in ?…?
ready to be packaged (not yet). Some of the stuff could go into ipywidgets
[x] IPython releases [Matthias, IPython, https://github.com/ipython/ipython, 2min.]
Trying to do monthly release close to End Of Month.
7.4 has been released ! Thanks to everyone.
If you want to help with 7.5 subscribe to the following issue.
[x] Async Kernels startup : [Matthias, Jupyter Client , https://github.com/jupyter/jupyter_client/pull/428, 4min.]
add item here [name, project name/url, estimated time for discussion].
Don’t get limitted to technical discusions !
Name | Institution | Github Handle
Zach | Jupyter Cal Poly | @Zsailer
Kyle | Netflix | @rgbkrk
Pete | Valassis Digital | @parente
Carol | Project Jupyter | @willingc (will miss due to OpenEdX conference)
Brian | AWS | @ellisonbg
Darian | Two Sigma | @afshin
Ward | Google | @wkharold
Tim | Project Jupyter | @betatim
Chris | Berkeley/Project Jupyter| @choldgraf
Pete | Google Colab | @blois
Matthias | UC Merced | @carreau
Saul | Quansight | @saulshanabrook
Vidar | Simula Research | @vidartf
Lindsey Heagy | UC Berkeley | @lheagy
Safia ABdalla | Microsoft/nteract | @captainsafia
Leticia Portella | - | @leportella
Damián Avila | Project Jupyter | @damianavila
Craig Citro | Google Colab | @craigcitro
Nick Bollweg | GTRI | @bollwyvl
Michael Milligan | U Minnesota / MSI | @mbmilligan
Liang Bin Hsueh | InfuseAI | @hlb
Thomas Vander Velde | - | @tomasdelcampo
Luciano Resende | IBM | @lresende
Tony Fast | Quansight | @tonyfast
James Slack | University of Edinburgh | @jamesaslack
Erik Sundell | Sandvik | @consideratio