Where communities thrive


  • Join over 1.5M+ people
  • Join over 100K+ communities
  • Free without limits
  • Create your own community
People
Activity
  • Jan 31 21:59
    joegoldbeck edited #4446
  • Jan 31 21:56

    martindurant on master

    Fix relative path parsing on wi… (compare)

  • Jan 31 21:56
    martindurant closed #4445
  • Jan 31 21:55
    martindurant commented #4445
  • Jan 31 21:54
    Dimplexion commented #4445
  • Jan 31 21:47
    joegoldbeck opened #4446
  • Jan 31 21:41
    TomAugspurger commented #4361
  • Jan 31 21:38
    holoneo starred dask/dask
  • Jan 31 21:30
    Mdhvince commented #4361
  • Jan 31 20:52
  • Jan 31 20:49
    mrocklin commented #2497
  • Jan 31 20:22
    mrocklin opened #2497
  • Jan 31 20:18
    mrocklin closed #4444
  • Jan 31 20:18
    mrocklin commented #4444
  • Jan 31 20:17

    mrocklin on 1.25.3

    (compare)

  • Jan 31 20:17

    mrocklin on master

    bump version to 1.25.3 (compare)

  • Jan 31 20:12
    martindurant commented #4445
  • Jan 31 18:52

    mrocklin on master

    bump version to 1.1.1 (compare)

  • Jan 31 18:52

    mrocklin on 1.1.1

    (compare)

  • Jan 31 18:38
    martindurant commented #4445
Tom Augspurger
@TomAugspurger
@mrocklin Could you add me as a maintainer of s3fs on PyPI? Username is tomaugspurger
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
@TomAugspurger done. Any more while I'm at it?
Tom Augspurger
@TomAugspurger
Should be good for now. I may have you add me as a maintaer on conda-froge when that PR shows up later.
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
Can do
Thank you for stepping in on s3fs
Tom Augspurger
@TomAugspurger
Not sure if you’ve been following the issue, but this was quite a rabbit hole that ended up with me reading the HTTP/1.1 RFC :smile:
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
Lucky you!
Such fun!
Mike McCarty
@mmccarty
Thanks @TomAugspurger
Martin Durant
@martindurant
Thank you from me too. I’ll be around part-time from Tuesday.
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
Woo!
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin

I have a conflict with the maintainer's meeting today. I might show up towards the end if folks are still around (although that is doubtful as well).

This week I was handling issues and PRs. As a reminder, new czars should probably go back and look at PRs/issues that are up to a month old. There were a few that we dropped where it was clearly on us to respond/push things forward.

Also as a reminder, our monthly meeting is this Thursday. It might be good to check in now and see if there are things that we should discuss at greater length, and then include those in the agenda. We did this last month at this time and it seemed to work out well.
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
As a reminder, there is a low-traffic issues-only repository for discussion here: https://github.com/dask/community
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
I wasn't at the Tuesday meeting this week. I hope no one minds but I've been focusing on marketing and promotional material for core work this week. I think that this is important, but I'd be happy to be course corrected if folks disagree.
In particular, I'd like to point people towards a pitch deck: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1vU7mJ6W-9cQeHdSDeDG2RSaczJT9MhyEE7hxHfhttZM/edit?usp=sharing
and a brief marketing repository: https://github.com/dask/marketing
Benjamin Zaitlen
@quasiben
@martindurant wanted to let you know that fsspec is being used in cuDF: rapidsai/cudf#2635
Martin Durant
@martindurant
I saw the PR :)
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
I'll be on a train for the maintainers meeting today. I plan to come, but I suspect that my internet or audio may have issues. If so, here are some thoughts from me:
  • Sorry for also not being at the last meeting.
  • As mentioned above I've been focusing on communication materials recently, in particular:
  • All of these could use feedback from other maintainers. If possible I'd like to have more buy-in/community agreement before jumping on this too heavily.
James Bourbeau
@jrbourbeau
The Travis CI badge on dask/dask is green again : ) Thanks @TomAugspurger and @martindurant
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
:)
Jim Crist
@jcrist
My laptop was mostly out-of-commision yesterday, and today upright died. On a loaner from IT for now, but will likely be a bit slow until this is resolved.
Martin Durant
@martindurant
4 years and still going on mine, good luck
Jim Crist
@jcrist
Yeah, this was my original one from continuum 4.5 years ago as well. Hopefully it's a quick fix.
The loaner has no dev environment, and the weird touchbar escape key, so I expect to be a bit slow today.
jakirkham
@jakirkham
Did you get a backup? 🤞
Jim Crist
@jcrist
No, but most everything that matters is on github.
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
Getting a fancy new machine at least?
Jim Crist
@jcrist
Old computer's all fixed. Apple forced an update that failed and borked everything, but IT got it working again.
The touch function bar was killing me, happier back on my normal laptop.
Jim Crist
@jcrist
Gentle reminder @jrbourbeau, @mrocklin, @martindurant, @TomAugspurger, @jakirkham, @quasiben, we had agreed this week that we would try doing weekly updates on Friday (I think we said by noon, although no timezone was mentioned?).
My update: This week I've been watching the issue tracker. I've pushed a few PRs deleting old code and doing some general cleanups. Rest of the week has mostly been writing documentation for dask-gateway (working on the kubernetes docs now).
Martin Durant
@martindurant
I am working on local caching of remote files for fsspec, not too dasky… Some retries and test rerecording for gcsfs. I do need to release fsspec and gcsfs sometime soon.
Tom Augspurger
@TomAugspurger

I’ve just gotten the upstream test passing again, and fixed up my permissions on the projects I was the sole maintainer on.

Martin, I can help out with the releases if you need.

Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin

Oh right. Thanks for the poke @jcrist !

I've been tweeting out with the twitter account. I'll probably skip Saturday. I've been using Tweetdeck's scheduled tweets, which are nice.
I've started a larger scale, less concise deck to start dumping in my standard content. I haven't pushed a ton into it yet.

@jrbourbeau want to pull the trigger on marketing.dask.org ?

James Bourbeau
@jrbourbeau
I had a small PR to improve np.vectorize support in funcname and will do a new release for dask and distributed later today (probably in a couple of hours)
Yeah, I'll set up things on readthedocs (I haven't set things up before on RTD, so it will be good go through that)
James Bourbeau
@jrbourbeau
Thanks to Ben, https://marketing.dask.org is live
jakirkham
@jakirkham
@jcrist, I was not aware of this. Guessing this came up at the dev meeting. Anyways no updates. Still doing internal work primarily
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
Can other people who have access to the @dask_dev twitter account see the scheduled tweets through Tweetdeck?
Tom Augspurger
@TomAugspurger
I don’t see any, but I haven’t used Tweetdeck before, so I may just be missing it in the UI.
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin

Poor planning on my part, but I may be in transit again today during the maintainers meeting. I promise that next month will be smoother. I think I can make it, but I'll be a bit late. Checking in my text until then.

There are a bunch of tweets scheduled to go out this week that showcase, I think, interesting content, have pictures, and so on. There are a variety of these sourcing from different kinds of content (stories, examples, talks, docs) and they go out at different times. My hope is that after another couple weeks of this we can look at trends.

I think that I can keep this up with only a couple hours of work a week, which means that I have space for additional work. Some thoughts for next week, if people want me to keep going in this direction:

  1. Finish out marketing.dask.org
  2. Larger slide deck
  3. Informal screencasts (I started doing this this week in response to a request on twitter and spent a bit too much time on it, but it seems like something that we could get good at)
Scott Sievert
@stsievert
I can push my blog post out the door if that’d help
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
All content is good. Speed is not essential though at the moment. We have a huge backlog of content that we have never really pushed.
But definitely when the blogpost is finished we should publish it through twitter
I may push out the example sooner than that even :)
Scott Sievert
@stsievert
“We have a huge backlog of content” That sounds like a good problem to have!
I’m working on the blog post this week. I should have a draft ready by Friday
Matthew Rocklin
@mrocklin
Great!