Jupyter Community Call 07/26#

Date: July 26, 2022, at 8am Pacific (in your timezone)



Please note:


Think of it as a monthly, virtual JupyterCon. It’s a place to announce and share fun things happening in the Jupyter community.

For more discussion on the format of these calls, see the thread here.

Short reports, celebrations, shout-outs#

This is a place to make short announcements (without a need for discussion).

  • Darian Governance update: Executive Council, Software Steering Council, Distinguished Contributors

  • Darian Lumino 2

  • rcthomas Reminder on Github 2FA for Jupyter Project developers

    • https://blog.jupyter.org/requiring-2fa-for-jupyter-github-organizations-ad15507da9b1

  • nick voila-dashboards almost works with lab (no more cdnjs/unpkg, etc.)

  • fcollonval JupyterLab 3.4.4 released - Changelog

  • Isabela JupyterLab accessibility calls are still happening, and everyone is welcome. Our next call is tomorrow at 10:15am Pacific!

  • nick ipywidgets latest docs now include jupyterlite demos

Agenda Items#

  • Isabela Favorite community call memories/what you want next

    • Demos of work people are building on top of Jupyter (but not sales pitches)

    • “Pie”

    • Themes for calls!

    • Lightning talk length of share (right now we have one minute or ten)

    • “live demos are always good even if they’re incomplete”

    • “I’d like people to report a new thing they learned “today I learned” using a Jupyter notebook recently”

    • Sign up sheet to mix up hosts! Good for everyone to get experience and can bring in new energy.

    • Recognize testers

    • Once a quarter: “here’s four ways you can contribute” as a recurring topic so people get reminded and don’t have to watch the back catalog to hear it (or a list of projects to contribute to)




GitHub Handle

Frederic Collonval



Simon Li

University of Dundee


A. T. Darian



Wayne Decatur

Upstate University


Rollin Thomas



Jeremy Tuloup



Isabela Presedo-Floyd

Quansight Labs


Plus 4 more.