"juptyerlab" now, yes? Any new Jupyter js would go on the jupyterlab org,
even if it's not to do with jupyterlab (e.g. services)?
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 3:20 PM, Steven Silvester <ssilves...@continuum.io>
> Hi all,
> Yesterday we moved JupyterLab and some associated repositories to their
> own Github organization (https://github.com/jupyterlab).
> We also created a `@jupyterlab` organization on npmjs.org.
> Note that this means that `npm install jupyter-js-services` will become
> `npm install @jupyterlab/services`.
> Please bear with us over the next couple of days while we complete the
> The affected repositories are:
> Jupyter Repo JupyterLab Repo
> jupyterlab jupyterlab
> jupyter-js-services services
> jupyterlab-extension-builder extension-builder
> jupyterlab-extension-cookiecutter-js extension-cookiecutter-js
> jupyterlab-extension-cookiecutter-ts extension-cookiecutter-ts
> jupyterlab_geojson jupyterlab_geojson
> Steve Silvester
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