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Jan 2015
juandasgandaras
@juandasgandaras
Jan 12 2015 07:46
Hi good morning
How can I connect my kernel Ipython to other applications ?
for in this way the calculated data serve to me to show in other application?
I was thinking in save as in a cache like memcached but in this case I cannot
save lists or tuples
and I would like connect this to show in a web with django framework for example, but I don´t find the way
Thank´s
Andreas Klostermann
@akloster
Jan 12 2015 10:37
@juandasgandaras I think what you really want to know is how to serialize your data into formats which other applications can read. That is a very open-ended question.
If you are using pandas, you should look at the excellent to_csv and to_excel functions. For HTML, there is to_html.
juandasgandaras
@juandasgandaras
Jan 12 2015 10:40
yes but they will have to be saved before and recollected by other application
more or les
more or less
and I need to save lists but I think that it is the solution
Andreas Klostermann
@akloster
Jan 12 2015 11:03
there is always "pickle"
Remi Rampin
@remram44
Jan 12 2015 17:09
Is there any plan on releasing 2.4? I'm affected by #6877
(I know you're busy with 3.0, but it's a 2-month-old bug)
Remi Rampin
@remram44
Jan 12 2015 17:14
(PR #6878 is only on master btw)
Thomas Kluyver
@takluyver
Jan 12 2015 17:54
@remram44 no precise plan yet, but it will probably be around the same time as 3.0. The big change in 2.4 will be the ability to read the new nbformat 4 notebooks, so we need to be confident of what nbformat 4 is when we release it.
Remi Rampin
@remram44
Jan 12 2015 19:02
right, thanks.
I think there were discussions at some point about adding what a notebook's inputs and outputs are as metadata, did anything like that happen yet?
Thomas Kluyver
@takluyver
Jan 12 2015 19:13
no, I don't think so
Brian E. Granger
@ellisonbg
Jan 12 2015 19:47
@minrk @takluyver @Carreau @jdfreder I have gone through all of the GH issues that didn't have a Milestone and given them proper labels and Milestones (there was <200 of them). There are now >100 issues targeted at 3.0 - most of them small and ~50% of them are bugs.
Also talked to @fperez last night and I am going to consolidate our Trello board and start to revist the bigger things that have to be done before 3.0
Matthias Bussonnier
@Carreau
Jan 12 2015 19:49
<200 and >100 give no information about reduction :-p bit thanks. I'm slowly fixing PR tagged 3.0 one by one also.
(and whatever trello, I never look there)
Brian E. Granger
@ellisonbg
Jan 12 2015 19:54
Yeah, after all that work, the number of 3.0 issues just went up :(
Min RK
@minrk
Jan 12 2015 19:55
I went through a bunch a few months ago, and bumped at least 100 off of 3.0
Brian E. Granger
@ellisonbg
Jan 12 2015 19:55
I am going to try and help review PRs, but I need to work on the grant...
Yeah, I targeted a lot to 4.0 during this process as well.
Min RK
@minrk
Jan 12 2015 19:55
I would guess lots of those marked 3.0 can be bumped at this point
Brian E. Granger
@ellisonbg
Jan 12 2015 19:56
I wasn't too aggresive in bumping things 3.0->4.0, but there are still a ton of things that do need to be resolved for 3.0
There are somethings that I left for 3.0, that I wasn't sure about and wanted someone else to make the bump call on though
Min RK
@minrk
Jan 12 2015 19:57
yeah, though I expect at least 25-50% of those currently marked for 3.0 that can be bumped, even if we want them in 3.0
it depends on how important releasing is
(aside: I think we should probably get rid of most/all of the prio tags - maybe only leave prio-high)
prio-blocker is not really meaningful now that we have milestones
Brian E. Granger
@ellisonbg
Jan 12 2015 19:58
Did you see my agenda item on for the meeting tomorrow about that?
Min RK
@minrk
Jan 12 2015 19:58
Not yet
Brian E. Granger
@ellisonbg
Jan 12 2015 19:59
I brought that up exactly
We can talk about that tomorrow and figure out what to do - but I agree, we mostly ignore the prio labels
Min RK
@minrk
Jan 12 2015 19:59
I mostly agree, though I would get rid of "blocker", I think that's the worst one
yup, we'll talk about it tomorrow
Brian E. Granger
@ellisonbg
Jan 12 2015 20:00
I don't feel strongly about it - just want fewer tags to manage. The main person that uses tags is @fperez
@jdfreder will be back working full on Wed I think (he is visiting the east coast).
I have to write the grant with Fernando, but I am not teaching at all so hopefully I can help keep the PR queue moving
Jason Grout
@jasongrout
Jan 12 2015 22:34
I'm seeing something weird with codemirror. Can someone else check it, to see if it's a problem with me or with ipython? I type some text into a code cell, and then use my mousewheel to scroll down while my mouse is still inside the cell. The text then moves up so that it is half-hidden by the top of the cell.
is anyone else seeing that?
I just updated to the most recent master and the problem seems to have disappeared. So I guess all is good.
oh, I see: ipython/ipython#7395