[IPython-dev] Easy Installation

Carl Smith carl.input at gmail.com
Sun Jun 10 10:53:38 EDT 2012

Hi Thomas

I'm on my phone at the moment, but I'll do some shots of it today and write
a bit about it, then post it somewhere.

In short, once you've got your details saved you're redirected to a
launcher screen that has a bunch of buttons, Update Screen, Launch New,
Update Account Details, Delete Account and a link to AWS. Any notebook
servers you've launched will appear below with a status. I split the EC2
status, "running", into two, booting and serving. If your instance is
serving you can click it and go to your notebook server.

I'll be on my PC in a few hours so I can expain better then.

Nice one

On Jun 10, 2012 2:14 PM, "Thomas Kluyver" <takowl at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 10 June 2012 03:15, Carl Smith <carl.input at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The first version of my app is live. I've called it NotebookCloud.
> > There's a lot more bells and whistles I'd like to add, but I want to
> > tidy up the code before I add anything new now. All the main features
> > are there and it all seems to work well. I've only tested it the
> > interface on Chromium, but it's standard stuff, so it should work in
> > all but IE.
> Thanks Carl, that looks really nice.
> I don't have an AWS account, so I got as far as the 'Update your
> details' screen - can you briefly summarise what the user would see
> after that? If you've got time, a few screenshots would be great.
> Once we've had a few people use it successfully, I think this is
> something we should promote from the IPython website.
> Best wishes,
> Thomas
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