[IPython-dev] Jupyter Hub and Users
benjaminrk at gmail.com
Mon Feb 9 13:56:19 EST 2015
On Mon, Feb 9, 2015 at 5:56 AM, John Omernik <john at omernik.com> wrote:
> I have Jupyter Hub working great with my users. (I surprise myself
> sometimes, although I have to give credit to list here :)
> Now, that I have it setup with multiple users, I was wondering: Given
> a root of "shared notebooks" i.e. notebooks that any users may use, is
> it possible to to see in Jupyter Hub when someone else may have a
> notebook open in their spawned environment? Ideally, I'd love to set
> it up so any notebook say User Z open sthat is opened by say user X
> would notify the user Z trying to open it i.e. "X.ipynb is opened
> currently by user Y" and then put that notebook into read only mode
> for user Z.
> I know the goals for the project are to have this be seamless down the
> road, perhaps even collaborative editing! In the short term, are there
> any links or anything that could help me at a minimum, prevent the
> situation where one user has a notebook open and another user
> inadvertently opens it and starts making changes, thereby clobbering
> the changes of the first user.
> I do have one situation that is already made easier by Jupyter hub,
> that's whereI have a set of notebooks that is Read/Write for one user,
> but read to all the others. That's easy with Unix permissions now.
> Any thoughts, or links on where to get started would be appreciated!
At this point, JupyterHub doesn't offer anything beyond what you can do
with filesystem permissions - no cross-user notifications, or anything. The
multi-user context has no awareness of what notebooks are open or by whom.
We do plan to add some amount of sharing functionality to it, but we have
not yet decided how that should look or what we can/should provide
before/in addition to live collaboration.
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