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Update JupyterHub's python package dependencies #1752

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@jgwerner jgwerner commented Aug 23, 2020

Updates various python package dependencies for the JupyterHub image.

Signed-off-by: Greg <werner.greg@gmail.com>
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@jgwerner ❤️ 🎉! Did you use the python scripts developed by @minrk to upgrade these? Did you figure out how to do this by looking etc? How was your developer experience learning about this?

@consideRatio consideRatio merged commit e9f44f3 into jupyterhub:master Aug 23, 2020
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jgwerner commented Aug 23, 2020

@consideRatio yes, I used the ./dependencies ... CLI tool to update the requirements. It's a neat tool! However, we (I?) have gotten used to using GitHub Actions, such as dependabot, to automate these tasks. It might be worth considering IMHO, especially when an update is due to a security incident that needs a quick update/merge.

@jgwerner jgwerner deleted the chore/update-pip-packages branch August 23, 2020 02:33
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