[IPython-dev] Jupyterhub-based CMS?
doug.blank at gmail.com
Fri Oct 24 12:04:08 EDT 2014
On Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 11:37 AM, Thomas Kluyver <takowl at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
Yes, that would probably be very easy. But would be hard to have much
integration between the notebooks and the CMS components (imagine panels
like "tag cloud", "trending libraries", "search/example uses", "share",
"co-edit", etc). It would seem that if the CMS were at least written in
Python, that would allow more interesting/useful components and integration.
> On 24 Oct 2014 06:13, "Doug Blank" <doug.blank at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 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?
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