I have stumbled upon a Twitter blog page, which in the paragraph Improving the authentication experience for Twitter services mentions:
Initially, customers could manually activate Kerberos by running kinit in a Twitter Notebook terminal and manually typing their password. However, this proved to be a cumbersome UX. To make the experience more seamless, we built a JupyterLab front-end extension that is bundled with Twitter Notebook
Can anyone advise how to find this extension and install it - or in fact any other similar JupyterLAB way to provide some nice interface to input user’s credential for Kerberos ticket generation? I am banging my head against the wall, trying to understand how to make UX nicer by enabling this.