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Hello, 

I am Akash, a Computer Science Student, I'd really to work under your organization for GSoC '17. I'm specifically interested in the Jupyter Notebook project, as I myself am a huge user of Jupyter Notebook. It would be greatly appreciated if you could help me get started,

Thanks, 
Akash.

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Hello Akash,

Nice to keep people interested in this project. Leonardo did a great job last year and has a first
working version on is github [1] account. You could start by compiling its branched version and
setup you own jupyter instance.

[1]: https://github.com/Bitiquinho/Scilab-Jupyter-Kernel

Thanks,

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Le mercredi 01 février 2017 à 07:10 +0530, Akash N a écrit :

> Hello, 
>
> I am Akash, a Computer Science Student, I'd really to work under your organization for GSoC '17.
> I'm specifically interested in the Jupyter Notebook project, as I myself am a huge user of Jupyter
> Notebook. It would be greatly appreciated if you could help me get started,
>
> Thanks, 
> Akash.
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Hi all,


I must confess that I ended up not touching the Jupyter kernel code anymore since GSoC, due to my graduate research and overall laziness. But I can help syncing my branch with master and providing information about how it works internally, if someone is willing to hack on it.


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Hello Akash,

Nice to keep people interested in this project. Leonardo did a great job last year and has a first
working version on is github [1] account. You could start by compiling its branched version and
setup you own jupyter instance.

[1]: https://github.com/Bitiquinho/Scilab-Jupyter-Kernel
github.com
Scilab-Jupyter-Kernel - Scilab with the ability to operate as a Jupyter Backend (Kernel)


Thanks,

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Le mercredi 01 février 2017 à 07:10 +0530, Akash N a écrit :
> Hello, 
>
> I am Akash, a Computer Science Student, I'd really to work under your organization for GSoC '17.
> I'm specifically interested in the Jupyter Notebook project, as I myself am a huge user of Jupyter
> Notebook. It would be greatly appreciated if you could help me get started,
>
> Thanks, 
> Akash.
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