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Joe Hamman
@jhamman
FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: './../../figures/ccmp_wind_example.png'
tells me the binderbot is not able to write this figure to that path location.
can you try removing this line from the notebook plt.savefig('./../../figures/ccmp_wind_example.png’)
Chelle Gentemann
@cgentemann
thanks @jhamman commented out, fingers crossed for green repro!
Rich Signell
@rsignell-usgs
Join https://whereby.com/pangeo for the weekly check-in, starting now!
Ryan Abernathey
@rabernat
Are we still meeting on whereby for weekly checkins? I'm joining today
James A. Bednar
@jbednar
It's been whereby, though I can't make it today.
Well, pull me in if need be, but I'm deep into the middle of other things.
Martin Durant
@martindurant
fsspec released
Erik Sundell
@consideRatio

Aaaaah I just love when documentation introduces the reader to the project as if the reader didn't know about it already.

:heart: fsspec documentation at https://filesystem-spec.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

Ryan Abernathey
@rabernat
:raised_hands: to @martindurant for fsspec documentation!
Martin Durant
@martindurant
@consideRatio - it was only made “user-friendly” relatively recently :|
Chelle Gentemann
@cgentemann
has anyone used github discussions for a project? compare to discourse? https://docs.github.com/en/discussions thoughts? experience?
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Joe Hamman
@jhamman
We’re using it for Xarray: https://github.com/pydata/xarray/discussions
Kevin Paul
@kmpaul
Yeah. We use it for Project Pythia, too: https://github.com/ProjectPythia/projectpythia.github.io/discussions and https://github.com/ProjectPythia/pythia-foundations/discussions. It's nice to have the discussions in the same location as the code. Though it's also a bit of a barrier for users who aren't familiar with GitHub. It's not as cleanly separated as Discourse.
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Rich Signell
@rsignell-usgs
As a user, I am okay using either discourse (preferred) or discussions, but please not both!
Kevin Paul
@kmpaul
:+1:
James A. Bednar
@jbednar
One thing I would suggest is that if you do use Discourse, you set up Github to steer people to it when appropriate:
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James A. Bednar
@jbednar
(I have no memory of what we had to do to set that up, but it's buried in the settings somewhere!)
Kevin Paul
@kmpaul
It's a GitHub issue template, right? In the .github directory? We use that for Project Pythia, too. It's a great idea!
James A. Bednar
@jbednar
It's definitely related to an issue template (which indeed are great ideas), but I can't remember how to set up things like Discourse that don't actually turn into GitHub issues. It's not in our repo's .github, so I suspect we somehow set it up for the whole organization.
Jim Pivarski
@jpivarski
Whereas normal issue templates (green buttons, above) are separate YAML files in .github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE, the links to external sites go in .github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE/config.yml, like this: https://github.com/scikit-hep/awkward-1.0/blob/main/.github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE/config.yml
That's for a single repo. I don't know how it's done for a whole organization.
James A. Bednar
@jbednar
Thanks!
Yeah, somehow the org setup is different; definitely no .github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE dir in our repos, yet it's all set up.
Kevin Paul
@kmpaul
Is it in a .github repo within the organization?
James A. Bednar
@jbednar
Aha! That's it: https://github.com/holoviz/.github/blob/master/.github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE/config.yml
I don't have that repo actually checked out, since it's otherwise empty, but that's how it's done!
Kevin Paul
@kmpaul
Yep! It's a pretty awesome feature. :smile:
Chelle Gentemann
@cgentemann
this is great! thanks everyone!
Martin Durant
@martindurant
Quick question: if I want xarray to recognise a zarr variable as being a coordinate, what do I need to put into that array's attrs?
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Rich Signell
@rsignell-usgs
Should we do the weekly Pangeo checkin today on https://whereby.com/pangeo? The Zoom link at the top of the weekly checkin notes results in "invalid meeting id"
James A. Bednar
@jbednar
Yes, meeting there.
Ryan Abernathey
@rabernat
Yes we are on Whereby... need to fix the zoom for next week
Lucas Sterzinger
@lsterzinger
Shoot I was actually going to try and join this week but I have a conflict at this time... Maybe next time!
Martin Durant
@martindurant
Who would like to be added as maintainer on the fsspec-reference-maker conda-forge feedstock? How about the pypi package?
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Chelle Gentemann
@cgentemann
I posted on discourse - but want to highlight here. https://discourse.pangeo.io/t/us-clivar-early-career-awards/1735
"the intent is to acknowledge substantial contributions to leading demonstrably impactful collaborative activities in the broader scientific community" who from pangeo can we put forward?
Chelle Gentemann
@cgentemann
OpenOceanCloud: We still have a couple of slots that we need moderators for.... The idea is the moderator is in gather.town for 3 hours, mostly to greet people, show them the document, chat, answer questions, and maybe even write a little themselve. ;) If you can, please volunteer here: pangeo-data/openoceancloud#6
James A. Bednar
@jbednar
FYI: Philipp Rudiger from Anaconda will give an overview of Pangeo-friendly Python geospatial tools tomorrow (Wed 15 Sept) at 1pm CDT. Free registration: https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/3296081/71BDD53E21EC72B3ACA24FEC98EE2A7C?partnerref=twitter
Chelle Gentemann
@cgentemann
anyone know who worked on the pangeo ERA5 zarr data?
Joe Hamman
@jhamman
planet-os
Here’s the old issue: pangeo-data/pangeo-datastore#49
ashwinvis
@ashwinvis:matrix.org
[m]

In this TalkPython recent podcast episode on [Microsoft Planetary Computer](https://talkpython.fm/episodes/show/334/microsoft-planetary-computer I felt like their is some overlap with Pangeo's efforts. If I understood correctly what they are focussing is on making a catalogue of data available in Zarr format, where as Pangeo is about making a compute environment accessible and expect researchers to bring your own data.

I will be curious to hear what Pangeo community has to say about this.

Ryan Abernathey
@rabernat
@ashwinvis - we are working very closely with the MS folks. @tomaugspurger is one of the main devs on the planetary computer and has been a key contributor to Pangeo for years.
We are very happy to see MS deploying a platform based on Pangeo tools, particularly since their employees are contributing so much back to the FOSS ecosystem.

If I understood correctly what they are focussing is on making a catalogue of data available in Zarr format, where as Pangeo is about making a compute environment accessible and expect researchers to bring your own data.

I would not put it that way. Rather, I'd say that Pangeo in general is a set of tools and technologies that can be deployed in many different ways, to meet different needs. The Planetary Computer is a specific platform build for MS's sustainability initiative which uses many of the Pangeo tools and architectural patterns.