@/all - there is a developers call for Project Jupyter/IPython this Tuesday October 9, 2018 at 9am PDT on the following channel: https://calpoly.zoom.us/my/jupyter - hope to see you there.
I will miss tomorrow
I will miss tomorrow.
i wil likely miss tomorrow
I will be on a place unfortunately!
a place :)
a plane :)
Probably missing it ;-(
missing, but left some notes in the paper doc about JupyterDay triangle and Colab
@/all - we met informally and updated each other on various topics however we did not record a call today. Hope y'all have a great week!
I hope so too!
@/all - hope you're having a great start to your week, our next developers call for Project Jupyter/IPython is Tuesday October 16, 2018 at 9am PDT on the following channel: https://calpoly.zoom.us/my/jupyter
Shaking the dust off this thread! Checking in to see if there is interest in hosting a monthly Jupyter meeting for the community. Basic parameters are this: a monthly one hour meeting which would remain at Tuesday morning 9am Pacific. This meeting would be recorded and published to the Jupyter YouTube channel. Agenda would be as follows: Updates from the various areas or subprojects (for lack of a better word) in the Jupyter universe. These would be the same as what we had in the previous agenda, what would be different is the frequency (1xMonth instead of 1xWeek) and the intended audience (the community). At the end of this chance for updates/news/discussion would be a demo from one area of our project. Either to provide a more in depth review of a new development or to show off a compelling user story. The goal would be to give our community a chance to interact with core developers and for us to share the latest news and developments in our work. @Zsailer and @damianavila have both shared thoughts with me on this idea and I'm sharing this more widely now to see if there is interest.
Feel free to add any further info I may not have captured Zach/Damian.
I think a monthly meeting makes more sense than weekly. It would be great if it were more demo-focused or at least "let me know show you what I've been working on" vs. "let me talk about what I've been working on." It would be cool to see someone from each subproject spend a couple minutes showing what's new with that project. We could reserve some time at the end for community members to ask questions and new contributors to receive guidance.