The JupyterHub Community

There are lots of ways to contribute to the JupyterHub community. Code, community interaction, documentation, bug testing, bug fixes, teaching, proslytizing, etc…we recognize any and all contributions!

This page describes “self-described core” team members of the JupyterHub community. These are people that spend a significant amount of their time contributing to the projects and community under the JupyterHub umbrella.

Min Ragan-Kelley acts as the team lead for the JupyterHub organization.

How can I be a part of these teams?

If you’d like to be included in any of the lists below, take the following steps:

  1. Fork the team-compass repository
  2. Add your name and information to either the JupyterHub or the Binder team YAML files. Here are some links to the latest ones:
  3. Under the contributions: section, choose four words. If you choose words from the Emoji keys list, they’ll be replaced with their emoji from from the Kent Dodds all contributors list.
  4. Make a Pull Request to this repository! The table will be updated the next time the docs are built.

JupyterHub team

JupyterHub is part of Project Jupyter and is developed by an open community of contributors. Here is JupyterHub’s current team:

(listed alphabetically, with affiliation, and main areas of contribution)

Matthias Busonnier

Matthias Busonnier

UC Merced

💻,🚇

Jessica Forde

Jessica Forde

UC Berkeley

📖

Chris Holdgraf

Chris Holdgraf

Berkeley Institute for Data Science

💻,🤔,📖,💬

Yuvi Panda

Yuvi Panda

UC Berkeley

💻,🚇

Min Ragan-Kelley

Min Ragan-Kelley

Simula

💻,🚇

Erik Sundell

Erik Sundell

Sandvik CODE

💻,🚇

Carol Willing

Carol Willing

Project Jupyter

Python,Community

Zach Sailer

Zach Sailer

Project Jupyter

💻,🤔,💬

This team is accompanied by a much larger group of contributors to JupyterHub and Project Jupyter as a whole. If you would like to be listed here, please submit a pull request with your information.

Binder team

Binder’s current maintainers are as follows:

(listed alphabetically, with affiliation, and main areas of contribution)

Jessica Forde

Jessica Forde

UC Berkeley

📖

Tim Head

Tim Head

Wild Tree Tech

Chris Holdgraf

Chris Holdgraf

Berkeley Institute for Data Science

💻,🤔,📖,💬

M Pacer

M Pacer

Netflix

Yuvi Panda

Yuvi Panda

UC Berkeley

💻,🚇

Min Ragan-Kelley

Min Ragan-Kelley

Simula

data,💻

Carol Willing

Carol Willing

Project Jupyter

Python,Community

This team is accompanied by a much larger group of contributors to Binder, JupyterHub, and Project Jupyter as a whole. If you would like to be listed here, please submit a pull request with your information.

Emoji keys

You may notice that some of the team-members have “emojis” to reflect their contributions in JupyterHub. These are from the Kent Dodds “all contributors spec”. Below is a short table to show what each emoji represents.

word image description
question 💬 Answering Questions (in Issues, Stack Overflow, Gitter, Slack, etc.)
bug 🐛 Bug reports
blog 📝 Blogposts
bizdev 💼 Business Development
code 💻 Code
design 🎨 Design
doc 📖 Documentation
eventOrganizing 📋 Event Organizing
example 💡 Examples
financial 💵 Financial Support
fundingFinding 🔍 Funding/Grant Finders
ideas 🤔 Ideas & Planning
infra 🚇 Infrastructure (Hosting,Build-Tools,etc)
platform 📦 Packaging/porting to support a new platform
plugin 🔌 Plugin/utility libraries
review 👀 Reviewed Pull Requests
talk 📢 Talks
test ⚠️ Tests
tool 🔧 Tools
translation 🌍 Translation
tutorial Tutorials
video 📹 Videos