[IPython-dev] Time for a Jupyter mailing list?
ellisonbg at gmail.com
Fri Oct 24 16:25:04 EDT 2014
+1 on exploring other options
-1000 on us deploying and maintaining anything ourselves
+1 on this decision being simple
On Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 1:17 PM, Satrajit Ghosh <satra at mit.edu> wrote:
> hi folks,
> a couple of pointers and things we have found. we have been running the
> nipy-user mailing list on google groups for a while and recently wanted to
> extract the messages from it. while it's really easy to setup and run,
> getting the messages out from google groups is a nightmare - one has to
> resort to screen scraping techniques. there is no api.
> the reason we wanted to get messages out is because we were transitioning
> our Q&A to a platform called biostars and had a google summer of code
> student this year to help extend various usability features including
> deployment and ui.
> here are the sites that use this framework:
> the code itself is at: https://github.com/ialbert/biostar-central
> we will continue to evolve this platform.
> On Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 3:55 PM, Doug Blank <doug.blank at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 2:58 PM, Fernando Perez <fperez.net at gmail.com>
>>> Hi folks,
>>> We've been getting signals from many fronts on the need for a more
>>> generic mailing list around the language-agnostic, broader-scope Jupyter
>>> effort. I think that's probably a good idea. Before I pull the trigger and
>>> create it, I figured I'd float the idea here in case anyone has feedback.
>>> Discussions like a CMS platform (ongoing thread right now on this list)
>>> might evolve into something that needs to further grow its own community,
>>> and that would be totally OK. But having a common space for all language
>>> communities to interact on the common questions that Jupyter exposes would
>>> be useful, I think. Folk from Julia have certainly expressed that desire
>>> My proposal is to create, for now, a single 'Project Jupyter' list on
>>> Google Groups. I know GG is far from ideal, but I'm not in the mood to
>>> maintain a mailing list by hand these days...
>> Sounds great! Whatever is easiest to use and maintain!
>>> Fernando Perez (@fperez_org; http://fperez.org)
>>> fperez.net-at-gmail: mailing lists only (I ignore this when swamped!)
>>> fernando.perez-at-berkeley: contact me here for any direct mail
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