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Let's Binderize this repo

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Request more RAM for D-Lab workshop-projects

I would love to see that if possible! Thanks for bringing this back on the radar, Balaji!

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issue openeddlab-berkeley/Geospatial-Fundamentals-in-QGIS

Fix markdown formatting for installation instructions

The automatic conversion from docx to gfm was less than perfect for INSTALL-QGIS.md so it needs some cleanup.

Here's the command that was used to generate it from the Google Doc that was download as a .docx and then converted with pandoc like this:

pandoc --extract-media=. -f docx -t gfm -o INSTALL-QGIS.MD Geospatial\ Fundamentals\ with\ QGIS_\ Parts\ 1-2\ _\ Installation\ Instructions.docx

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convert from docx to gfm instead of markdown Use Github-Formatted Markdown (GFM) instead of generic markdown: ``` pandoc --extract-media=. -f docx -t gfm -o INSTALL-QGIS.MD Geospatial\ Fundamentals\ with\ QGIS_\ Parts\ 1-2\ _\ Installation\ Instructions.docx ```

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Add QGIS install instructions from docx converted to markdown pandoc --extract-media=. -f docx -t markdown -o INSTALL-QGIS.MD Geospatial\ Fundamentals\ with\ QGIS_\ Parts\ 1-2\ _\ Installation\ Instructions.docx

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Title of this REPO should be "GIS Fundamentals with QGIS: Parts 1-2"

@Shusheng-Li thanks for creating this issue! Turns out it was the Google docs that needed to be renamed to Geospatial Fundamentals with QGIS: Parts 1-2 so I've updated them and I'm closing this issue.

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CentOS 7 Support

@adamboutcher any chance you have a CentOS installer ready to push?

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Separate R/Rstudio install from materials download Make a clearer separation between installing R and Rstudio, and then provide more guidance for downloading the workshop materials afterwards.

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Request more RAM for D-Lab workshop-projects

Yes, I'd like to try it out still if possible. Let me know what next steps would be?

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issue openedapp-generator/django-dashboard-eps

SocialApp integration does not work

Out of the box, just running docker-compose up after cloning the repo gives this error which I fixed by adding the missing django-allauth to requirements.txt:

 => ERROR [7/8] RUN python manage.py makemigrations                                                                    
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#12 0.748 ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'allauth'
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executor failed running [/bin/sh -c python manage.py makemigrations]: exit code: 1
ERROR: Service 'appseed-app' failed to build : Build failed

However, once it properly builds and runs I get this error when trying to use the social login feature to login and/or create a new account:

Exception Type: DoesNotExist
Exception Value: SocialApp matching query does not exist.
Exception Location: /usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/django/db/models/query.py in get, line 399

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Feature request: integrate auth0 login with app-generator/django-user-profile

I opened a feature request with app-generator/django-user-profile to integrate auth0 as part of their example.

This repo that you provide is very helpful as a very minimalistic auth0 app to get something going, but I've found it difficult to integrate your example with this other useful user profile example.

It would be even better if you could provide some examples of using user_metadata as well.

Thanks!

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issue openedapp-generator/django-user-profile

Feature request: Add support for auth0 login

This starter example is helpful, but I've had a hard time adapting it to work with auth0:

https://github.com/auth0-samples/auth0-django-web-app

It would be great if you could create add auth0 as a way to login to this app example.

Thanks!

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Add support for cookie with `xoxc` token

@yuya373 any chance you could merge this pull request soon?

Let me know if there are any other changes you'd like me to make.

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Add support for cookie with `xoxc` token

This PR adds support and documentation for how to get a d= cookie that is required for xoxc tokens. This may or may not be related to two other issues #431 and #481 that mention trouble related to xoxc tokens.

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allow passing options to Firefox webdriver

 def __init__(         firefox_capabilities = DesiredCapabilities().FIREFOX         firefox_capabilities["marionette"] = True -        firefox_options = Options()+        options = Options() if options is None else options

Add this simplification to both the firefox and chrome drivers.

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pull request commentcobrateam/splinter

allow passing options to Firefox webdriver

Added it to init() so thanks for pointing that out.

Also, simplified it in both the firefox and chrome drivers to just options = options or Options()

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