[IPython-dev] notebook friendly blogging sites
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Tue Apr 22 16:41:02 EDT 2014
As Aaron pointed out, pelican support ipynb with liquid tags plugin,
and Damian Avila have also developed a Nikolas plugin for IPython
with a 1 click deploy to github.io.
Le 22 avr. 2014 à 21:51, Abhishek Pratap a écrit :
> Thanks Aron. I was also looking at using github.io for hosting my
> blog/notebooks but not sure which templating engine I should be using.
> Certainly dont want to invest any significant time in learning a new
> On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 12:23 PM, Aron Ahmadia <aron at ahmadia.net> wrote:
>> Hi Abhishek,
>> While I was visiting Continuum, I wrote several IPython Notebook/blogs
>> that we hosted on Wakari. Here's an example
>> I think Wakari would be your quickest route to getting started
>> blogging with the IPython Notebook. You can author and share public
>> notebooks for free. The nice thing about Wakari notebooks is that
>> they are executable.
>> I think a lot of the other IPython bloggers are using custom setups
>> and hosting their own. Here's Jake Vanderplas's post about migrating
>> to the Pelican templating engine (he's hosting on GitHub):
>> You can also just upload a notebook to GitHub or similar and use
>> nbconvert to render them. That's how Software Carpentry hosts their
>> "live" lessons:
>> The notebooks can be converted to HTML before uploading as well:
>> http://software-carpentry.org/v5/novice/python/01-numpy.html This
>> method is probably the most popular, as you can upload the notebooks
>> as well.
>> Be sure to submit a link to the IPython subreddit when you blog:
>> Good luck!
>> On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 3:11 PM, Abhishek Pratap <abhishek.vit at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hey Guys
>>> Looking for blogging sites where I can easily integrate ipython
>>> notebooks and may be actually write the whole blog within the
>>> Any recommendations ?
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