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Allow users to collaborate in a library #6

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eclectir opened this Issue Oct 25, 2016 · 5 comments

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eclectir commented Oct 25, 2016

Users should be able to invite other users to have access to a library so they can modify content, and also share forward.

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mizzao commented Apr 4, 2017

Yeah, this is a sorely needed feature. Right now it's impossible for more than one user to contribute code to a notebook - the "clone" option doesn't make it easy to merge code.

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garth-wells commented Oct 4, 2017

As part of this, more namespacing in the form of team would be helpful.

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smortaz commented Oct 5, 2017

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shuffle2 commented Nov 23, 2017

As it stands, the raison d'être of "Azure Notebooks" is very unclear. It seems less capable across the board than just hosting jupyter locally. Hopefully I'm missing something? But really, the whole use case for putting "jupyter in the cloud" would be shared notebook access and/or accelerated processing. Currently you just get a notebook that's a pain to interface with and is slower to process data than a typical end-user machine.

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smortaz commented Nov 23, 2017

Hi Shuffle2 - You're quite right, collaboration and finer grained access control & sharing is a must have & it's coming. The main scenario for Azure Notebooks today is mostly for folks who want to test drive a notebook / github repo, or a professor that wants to teach 300 students & doesn't want to worry about machine setup, python/pkg updates, security, etc.

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