Python users should be familiar with the concept of Python Enhancement Proposals (PEPs), the way that the Python language evolves over time. In a similar fashion, the Jupyter project has Jupyter Enhancement Proposals (JEPs). This talk with cover the proposer first-hand experience when submiting JEP 23 - Add Template as Metatada enhancement proposal from it’s beginning, during EuroPython 2017, up to its current status. We will, in addition, present efforts made as part of the OpenDreamKit project to perform Jupyter notebooks conversions using custom metadata, templates, and exporters, in a programmatic way.
0:00 - 0:05 Who are we? We are impostors! 0:05 - 0:10 Our previous experience with Jupyter Notebook. We will talk about the time that Software Carpentry used Jupyter Notebook for their lesson creation and OpenDreamKit Jupyter notebook programmatic notebooks conversion. 0:10 - 0:15 You are not alone. We will talk how the idea for the Jupyter Enhancement Proposals (JEPs) borned at EuroPython 2017 Help Desk 0:15 - 0:20 Writing our first Jupyter Enhancement Proposals. We will cover our steps to create the pull request required by the Jupyter Project. 0:20 - 0:25 What is the current status of the Jupyter Enhancement Proposals? We will cover any progress from the time of this talk proposal submission and the date of it presentation. 0:25 - 0:30 Time for questions