We appreciate your taking the time to report an issue you encountered using the Jupyter Docker Stacks. Please review the following guidelines when reporting your problem.
If you believe you’ve found a security vulnerability in any of the Jupyter projects included in Jupyter Docker Stacks images, please report it to firstname.lastname@example.org, not in the issue trackers on GitHub. If you prefer to encrypt your security reports, you can use this PGP public key.
If you think your problem is unique to the Jupyter Docker Stacks images, please search the jupyter/docker-stacks issue tracker to see if someone else has already reported the same problem. If not, please open a GitHub bug report issue and provide all the information requested in the issue template. Additionally, make sure to check the Troubleshooting common error page in the documentation before submitting an issue.
If the issue you’re seeing is with one of the open-source libraries included in the Docker images and is reproducible outside the images, please file a bug with the appropriate open source project.
If you have a general question about how to use the Jupyter Docker Stacks in your environment, in conjunction with other tools, with customizations, and so on, please post your question on the Jupyter Discourse site.