|26 Mar 2020|
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|08:23:21||techguybiswa||I have put both the needed configs|
|09:05:37||Dshivansh||@bsipocz:matrix.org in n-way matcher do we have to focus on the astronomical catalogues as CDS format or do we have to also consider FITS format for tabular data?|
In reply to @_slack_uw-dirac_UCYHESQE8:matrix.org* HI, thanks for the feedback. So I was trying to change the config of the jupyter in the config file yet nothing changed. The CORS is still present.
I will look into it.
Meanwhile, Steven Stetzler are there any changes I need to make in my PR to get it merged?
|18:28:36||techguybiswa||* HI, thanks for the feedback. So I was trying to change the config of the jupyter in the config file yet nothing changed. The CORS is still present. I will look into it.|
|27 Mar 2020|
In reply to@theejoker:matrix.orgHi @Dshivansh, We just had a call with the mentors for the project, and it became clear that we won’t be able to run this project this summer.
|04:49:31||techguybiswa||Hi bsipocz So regarding the project Jupyter widgets for spark, are you all running it this summer?|
|04:49:38||techguybiswa||* Hi bsipocz So regarding the project Jupyter widgets for spark, are you all running it this summer?|
In reply to@_slack_uw-dirac_UCMFBJ36K:matrix.orgI urge you to look into the other projects being offered in Openastro. E.g. sunpy is a similarly big, mature organization with long history of mentoring successful gsoc projects. The other similarly veteran org is poliastro, but honestly I don’t know yet how their summer plans change, as Spain is being heavily affected in the pandemic, too.
|04:50:20||bsipocz||yes, the jupyter-spark project is going ahead, it is only the astropy n-way matcher.|
|04:52:22||bsipocz||Had it been a normal summer, we could have run it, but we now just got enough extra on our plates to already see we can’t provide the level of mentoring the project deserves. We felt it’s fairer to say it now when there is still time to write a proposal for another project, than make the decision after the deadline passes.|
In reply to @_slack_uw-dirac_UCYHESQE8:matrix.orgHi Steven, I was looking into this while developing my extension as well. The error I received from the browser was that the request
|17:07:26||techguybiswa||umerhasan17: Even I believe so. I mean the CORS needed to be configured on the spark side as the SPARK is causing the CORS issue.|
In reply to @umerhasan17:matrix.org* umerhasan17: Even I believe so. I mean the CORS needed to be configured on the spark side as the SPARK is causing the CORS issue.
|17:57:39||umerhasan17||Steven Stetzler: I've been looking through spark configurations but can't really find any mention of appending headers. I found a link where this was implemented in Java, but I'm not too sure how to implement the same for pyspark https://spinozakotlin.github.io/tutorials/cors. One way I thought we could bypass this is try to make the Jupyter server pretend to be a client so it can access like any other client. The other way is installing a chrome extension.|
|17:58:58||bsipocz||(edited) ... see it we ... => ... see we ...|
|19:16:17||Steven Stetzler|| |
In reply to@umerhasan17:matrix.orgthanks for looking into this, and thanks for the link. I think that that might refer to a different Spark project, one for building web applications (http://sparkjava.com/). What would making the Jupyter server pretend to be a client look like?
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|17:49:58||suyog_garg|| Hey bsipocz_matrix , I am highly interested in working the project: Null geodesics for Schwarzschild and Kerr Geometries. |
Can anyone inform how the mentors can be contacted?
In reply to@suyog_garg:matrix.orgHey suyog_garg you can join #einsteinpy:openastronomy.org . You will find project mentors there.
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|10:34:41||umerhasan17||Steven Stetzler: something similar to this https://medium.com/netscape/hacking-it-out-when-cors-wont-let-you-be-great-35f6206cc646. There is a need for a proxy which can also be locally as far as I can tell.|
|13:31:42||shreyash.kawalkar||Hello Steven Stetzler , I have mailed you a drafted proposal on your official email ID few days back. I would like to get some feedbacks on it and comply the same as per your valuable feedback.|
|13:35:02||shreyash.kawalkar||My mail id: email@example.com|
|13:49:11||shreyash.kawalkar||Hello guys, regarding the rendition of external websites on jupyterlab extensions, I do agree with you all. In my opinion it would be optimal to develop a server extension to the same, preferably with python requests handlers and proxy-forward the requested website by web scraping the URLs and content embedded into them. Moreover, this would help us to facilitate additional functionalities to the end-user in future. It wouldn’t even further hamper with security issues.|
In reply to @shreyash.kawalkar:matrix.orgYeah web scraping the URL can be a way to fetch all the necessary details without dealing with any CORS or any iframe issues.
Agree on that part.
|17:58:11||techguybiswa||And yes, Steven Stetzler I have also sent you my updated draft proposal on your mail id.|
|23:21:29||bsipocz_matrix||@room - Please remember, the gsoc application deadline is 1.5days away. Don't forget to upload the applications to the gsoc portal!|