September 28, 2021

Date: September 28, 2021, at 8am Pacific (your timezone)

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Purpose

Think of it as a monthly, virtual JupyterCon. It’s a place to announce and share fun things happening in the Jupyter community.

For more discussion on the format of these calls, see the thread here.

Short reports, celebrations, shout-outs

  • Loïc Extensions for HDF5 files

    • Release 1.0.0 for jupyterlab-hdf5 bringing support for JupyterLab 3

      • :thumbsup: Thank You!!!

    • Release 0.10.0 for jupyterlab-h5web removing big files limitation

Agenda Items

  • Angus would like to introduce the prototype jupyterlab-imarkdown and discuss its wider implications.

  • Rollin would like to share Jupyter security documentation review from Trusted CI

    • The review doc from Kay Avila at Trusted CI: https://bit.ly/3ED0zbN

    • https://discourse.jupyter.org/t/jupyter-security-related-documentation/10921

    • Will be discussed at next few security meetings (every other Friday, see the Jupyter calendar for event)

    • (Background: https://blog.jupyter.org/trusted-ci-cybersecurity-engagement-with-jupyter-859a5f5d7201)

  • Rick would like to introduce a new extension and get feedback

  • Theodore looking for links for good jupyter lab widgets dev tutorials and examples

Attendees

Name

Institution

GitHub Handle

Angus Hollands

U Birmingham

@agoose77

Rick McGeer

engageLively

@rickmcgeer

Chris Sewell

EPFL / EBP

@chrisjsewell

Sarah Gibson

2i2c

@sgibson91

Simon Li

University of Dundee

@manics

Rollin Thomas

NERSC

@rcthomas

Wayne Decatur

Upstate Medical University

@fomightez

Karla Spuldaro

IBM

@karlaspuldaro

Joyce Er

Microsoft

@joyceerhl

Pete Blois

Google

@blois

Tony Fast

Quansight

@tonyfast

Alex Bozarth

IBM

@ajbozarth

Theodore Aptekarev

🚀

@piiq

Loïc Huder

ESRF

@loichuder

Luciano Resende

IBM

@lresende

Jessica Xu

Quansight

@jess-x

Isabela Presedo-Floyd

Quansight Labs

@isabela-pf

Plus 5 others.