[IPython-User] Notebook as a Wiki
Mon Dec 31 12:51:40 CST 2012
With the current logic, there is no password checking when the
notebook is in read-only mode.
So it's kind-of expected.
It shouldn't be too hard to modify, it's a question of changing the
'AuthenticateUnlessReadonly' decorator IIRC.
On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 7:34 PM, Burns, Scott S
> Brian -
> Is it possible to password-protect read-only servers? In my config file, I
> have a password set for c.NotebookApp.password and c.NotebookApp.read_only
> is set to True. When I open the URL for the server, no password is
> required. If this is expected behavior, is there a way to absolutely
> require a password, regardless of read-only status?
> On 12/13/12 9:07 PM, "Brian Granger" <email@example.com> wrote:
>>I can't think of any fundamental reason this wouldn't work, but you
>>are probably going to have to dive into the code and do some
>>On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 7:09 AM, Burns, Scott S
>>> I'm trying to think through using the ipython notebook as a lab wiki.
>>> what I've come up with so far:
>>> Have on canonical directory for all of the notebooks
>>> backed up, etc).
>>> Start one notebook server in password-protected, read-only mode with the
>>> notebook directory set to the directory mentioned above. This would be
>>> routed to https://[webserver]/notebook using Massimo's frame trick (see
>>> Notebook and Apache thread a few weeks back).
>>> Have another notebook server that's password-protected but has
>>> status, routed to https://[webserver]/notebook-edit, working on the same
>>> Everyone in the lab has access to the read-only mode and only the
>>> trust can get the password to edit the notebooks. Is there any reason
>>> wouldn't work? Has anyone else done something similar? Thanks for any
>>> thoughts and ideas.
>>> IPython-User mailing list
>>Brian E. Granger
>>Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
>>firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
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