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    Renee Murray
    @ReneeMurray
    Noticed something this morning. If I rename a notebook (just rename the folder), Cauldron still calls it the old name.
    Scott Ernst
    @sernst
    ^ For public consumption. This issue has been discussed offline with @ReneeMurray and project settings will be coming soon to address it.
    Cauldron version 0.0.17 has been released
    A new UI for MacOS to accompany v0.0.17 is now available at http://nexus.cauldron-notebook.com/editor/osx/Cauldron-1.274.553.dmg
    Scott Ernst
    @sernst
    ^ @/all there's a new release available
    @cswarth Check out the new release. I've tried to address most of the issues you found with the last one. Thanks so much for the great feedback!
    Scott Ernst
    @sernst
    An official first release of Cauldron with UI has finally arrived and along with it comes a new website. Check it out and get the latest version of Cauldron at: http://www.unnotebook.com/
    Aman
    @amanahuja
    Hmm, I'm curious about this, but I'm on Linux. Is there a video of Cauldron at work, so I can get a peek?
    Scott Ernst
    @sernst
    @amanahuja : Unfortunately, I don't have a video available just yet. But I'm hoping to get the first one up soon as part of an expanded documentation section.
    Florentino Bexiga
    @fbexiga
    I tried to install the Desktop Application for OSX but I can't create a new project. The error mentions that it can't write to the directory, is this common?
    Scott Ernst
    @sernst
    @fbexiga Sorry for my delayed response (didn't get a notification for some reason). No, it is not a common problem to have difficulty creating a project. What directory did you try to create your project in?
    Florentino Bexiga
    @fbexiga
    @sernst I tried on the desktop folder and some other that I can't remember
    Scott Ernst
    @sernst
    @fbexiga That is strange. Cauldron creates a log file each time it runs in the folder: ~/Library/Application Support/Cauldron/app_data called application.log. Would you be willing to try creating a project again (letting it fail) and then sending me the log file of the result (I'll direct message you my email address). Hopefully that will help us figure out what is going on.
    Florentino Bexiga
    @fbexiga
    @sernst ok i will send it to you
    Scott Ernst
    @sernst
    Big new release today for both the Python package and the desktop application. Also, we now have a reader app! Check it out at: www.unnotebook.com
    Daniel Mayhew
    @DanMayhew
    NIce! Can't wait to play with it.
    Gilberto Diaz
    @diazgilberto
    by any chance there are video tutorials how to setup and use the tool?
    Scott Ernst
    @sernst
    @diazgilberto Sorry, there aren't any video tutorials at the moment. It's definitely something I need to work on though!
    c74p
    @c74p
    I love the Cauldron notebook! Dumb question - I'm trying to insert an image into my notebook, and haven't had success either using pyplot or html. Is there a preferred way to do it?
    c74p
    @c74p

    OK, although it wasn't 100% obvious, it also wasn't that difficult.

    import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
    pic = plt.imread('image.png')
    fig, ax = plt.subplots()
    ax.imshow(pic)
    ax.xaxis.set_major_locator(plt.NullLocator())
    ax.yaxis.set_major_locator(plt.NullLocator())
    cd.display.pyplot(fig)

    Scott Ernst
    @sernst
    Yeah, that's one way to do it. I've had a branch with cd.display.image() support sitting around for a while that is long overdue. I'm working on pushing that out today as an alternative.
    Also, glad to hear that you like Cauldron!
    c74p
    @c74p
    Very exciting, thanks!