[IPython-dev] Jupyterhub-based CMS?

Thomas Kluyver takowl at gmail.com
Fri Oct 24 11:37:36 EDT 2014

Is it necessary to run these distinct parts in a single server process? At
a glance, it sounds like it would be easier to run separate servers for
different applications, and have a common authentication mechanism. That
way, you are not limited to tornado solutions, or even to Python: you could
use jupyterhub alongside WordPress.

On 24 Oct 2014 06:13, "Doug Blank" <doug.blank at gmail.com> wrote:

> Devs,
> If you were going to build a full web application (with components like
> comments, index, sitemap, search, etc) for, say, an on-line journal, blog,
> or course website, that was based on jupyterhub and notebooks what would
> you write it in?
> Many of those functions exist in full content-management systems (CMS)
> like Drupal or Wordpress. There is also support for building a CMS from
> tools like Django (which is written in Python).
> Jupyterhub is written in Tornado. As far as I see, there aren't drop-in
> CMS-like components for Torando.
> So, would you try to integrate jupyterhub into an existing CMS? Or build
> one from tools like Django + Torando? Or create a new project especially
> for jupyterhub? Or is there another option?
> -Doug
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