I’m hoping that the GLAM Workbench will encourage GLAM organisations and GLAM data nerds (like me) to create their own Jupyter notebooks. If they do, they can put a link to them in the list of GLAM Jupyter resources. But what if they want to add the notebooks to the GLAM Workbench itself?
To make this easier, I’ve been working on a template repository for the GLAM Workbench. It generates a new skeleton repository with all the files you need to develop and manage your own section of the GLAM Workbench. It uses GitHub’s built in templating feature, together with Cookiecutter , and this GitHub Action by Stefan Buck. Stefan has also written a very helpful blog post.
The new repository is configured to do various things automatically, such as generate and save Docker images, and integrate with Reclaim Cloud and Zenodo. Lurking inside the
dev folder of each new repository, you’ll find some basic details on how to set up and manage your development environment.
This is just the first step. There’s more documentation to come, but you’re very welcome to try it out. And, of course, if you are interested in contributing to the development of the GLAM Workbench, let me know and I’ll help get you set up!
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://updates.timsherratt.org/2021/11/11/a-template-for.html