Our team#

This page describes the official team members of the JupyterHub community. For information about what these teams mean and how you can join, see Team structure and responsibilities.

Here is the current JupyterHub team (listed alphabetically, with affiliation, and main areas of contribution):

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

Damian Avila

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@damianavila

πŸ’¬, communities

JupyterHub Council

Georgiana Dolocan

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@GeorgianaElena

πŸ’»

JupyterHub Council

Sarah Gibson

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@sgibson91

πŸ’¬, πŸ“–, βœ…, πŸš‡, πŸ“’, ⚠️

JupyterHub Council

Chris Holdgraf

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@choldgraf

πŸ’», πŸ€”, πŸ“–, πŸ’¬

JupyterHub Council

Paul Ivanov

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@ivanov

πŸ€”, πŸ’¬

JupyterHub Council

Simon Li

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@manics

πŸ’», πŸ’¬

JupyterHub Council

Yuvi Panda

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@yuvipanda

πŸ’», πŸš‡

JupyterHub Council

Fernando PΓ©rez

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@fperez

funding, vision, large-usage settings, scientific communities

JupyterHub Council

Min Ragan-Kelley

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@minrk

πŸ’», πŸš‡

JupyterHub Council

Erik Sundell

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@consideRatio

πŸ’», πŸš‡

JupyterHub Council

Carol Willing

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@willingc

Python, Community

JupyterHub Council

Rick Wagner

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@rpwagner

πŸ”

security

David Qiu

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@dlqqq

πŸ”

security

Inactive Team members#

Matthias Busonnier (@carreau), Jessica Forde (@jzf2101), Tim Head (@betatim), Lindsey Heagy (@lheagy), M Pacer (@mpacer), Zach Sailer (@Zsailer)

Emoji keys#

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

word

image

description

question

πŸ’¬

Answering Questions (in Issues, Stack Overflow, Gitter, Slack, etc.)

bug

πŸ›

Bug reports

blog

πŸ“

Blogposts

bizdev

πŸ’Ό

Business Development

code

πŸ’»

Code

design

🎨

Design

doc

πŸ“–

Documentation

eventOrganizing

πŸ“‹

Event Organizing

example

πŸ’‘

Examples

financial

πŸ’΅

Financial Support

fundingFinding

πŸ”

Funding/Grant Finders

ideas

πŸ€”

Ideas & Planning

infra

πŸš‡

Infrastructure (Hosting,Build-Tools,etc)

platform

πŸ“¦

Packaging/porting to support a new platform

plugin

πŸ”Œ

Plugin/utility libraries

review

πŸ‘€

Reviewed Pull Requests

talk

πŸ“’

Talks

test

⚠️

Tests

tool

πŸ”§

Tools

translation

🌍

Translation

tutorial

βœ…

Tutorials

security

πŸ”

Security

video

πŸ“Ή

Videos

Outreachy internships#

We would also like to thank everybody who has participated in Outreachy internships with us. This includes the interns themselves who worked with us to improve JupyterHub, and the community members that donated their time and skills as mentors, coordinators and volunteers.

December, 2022#

Interns#

Ogoh Blessing Onyowoicho

Community members#

Georgiana Dolocan

Min Ragan-Kelley

Sarah Gibson

December, 2018#

Interns#

Georgiana Dolocan

Leticia Portella

Community members#

Min Ragan-Kelley

Yuvi Panda