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Channel Guide for Hyperledger's Rocket Chat

Hyperledger projects use RocketChat to conduct ephemeral discussions; whereas, mailing lists are used to conduct larger discussions for which we want to maintain a history. To join our chat discussions, you will need a Linux Foundation ID to login to https://chat.hyperledger.org/.

  • #ambassadors
    Used by the Technical Ambassadors to communicate amongst themselves and with others who are interested in having a technical ambassador speak at an event
  • #blockchain4good
    Used for discussions for the participants of the 2017 Dublin Blockchain for Good Hackathon held at Accenture The Dock
  • #burrow
    Used by the Hyperledger Burrow project to discuss creating a permissioned smart contract machine based on the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) specification
  • #burrow-contributors
    Used for discussions by the contributors/maintainers of the Hyperledger Burrow project
  • #caliper
    Used by the Hyperledger Caliper project for questions and ephemeral discussions
  • #caliper-contributors
    Used by the Hyperledger Caliper project to discuss implementation details of the project
  • #cello
    Used by the Hyperledger Cello project to discuss bringing an on-demand “as-a-service” deployment model to the blockchain ecosystem
  • #composer
    Used for user discussions on the Hyperledger Composer project
  • #composer-ci
    Used to discuss the Continuous Integration for the Hyperledger Composer project
  • #composer-contributors
    Used for discussions by the contributors/maintainers of the Hyperledger Composer project
  • #composer-quality
    Used for quality assurance and weekly verification test discussion for the Hyperledger Composer project
  • #crypto-lib
    Used to discuss a shared crypto library across the different Hyperledger projects
  • #deployment
    Used to discuss deploying any of the Hyperledger projects
  • #fabric
    Used to discuss the Hyperledger Fabric project
  • #fabric-ca
    Used to discuss the Certificate Authority of the Hyperledger Fabric project
  • #fabric-chaintool
    Used by the Chaintool project to discuss creating a utility to assist in various phases of Hyperledger Fabric chaincode development, such as compilation, test, packaging, and deployment
  • #fabric-ci
    Used to discuss the Continuous Integration for Hyperledger Fabric
  • #fabric-dev-env
    Used to discuss setting up and configuring the developer environment for Hyperledger Fabric
  • #fabric-evm
    Used to discuss the integration of the EVM with Hyperledger Fabric
  • #fabric-gossip
    Used to discuss the gossip protocol used by Hyperledger Fabric
  • #fabric-ledger
    Used to discuss the technical aspects of the ledger used by Hyperledger Fabric
  • #fabric-maintainers
    Used for discussion amongst or with the maintainers of Hyperledger Fabric
  • #fabric-orderer
    Used for discussions regarding orderers and consensus protocols. Questions should be related to the ordering service code and its APIs (Broadcast/Deliver), configuration transactions, or the ordering service consensus plugins (Solo/Kafka/SBFT). See #fabric-orderer guidelines for more information.
  • #fabric-orderer-dev
    Used for discussions by the contributors/maintainers of the Hyperledger Fabric's ordering service
  • #fabric-playbacks
    Used to show developers the most current work on Hyperledger Fabric
  • #fabric-release
    Used for Hyperledger Fabric release-related questions, surveys, feedback, inquiries, requests, along with discussions of all sorts around: priorities, planning, schedule, milestones, and, of course, announcements
  • #fabric-scrum
    Used to hold the Scrum meetings for Hyperledger Fabric
  • #fabric-sdk
    Used for discussions on Hyperledger Fabric SDK agnostic of programming language
  • #fabric-sdk-py
    Used for discussions of Hyperledger Fabric's Python SDK
  • #general
    Used for generic discussions relating to blockchain or Hyperledger in general – Discussions here should not be specific to a particular project
  • #hackfest
    Used for discussions during the Hyperledger Hackfests
  • #hyperledger-explorer
    Used by the Hyperledger Explorer project to collaborate on creating a blockchain UI for all Hyperledger blockchain framework projects
  • #indy
    Used to discuss the Hyperledger Indy project
  • #indy-agent
    Used to discuss Hyperledger Indy's Agent (p2p endpoints of the network)
  • #indy-node
    Used to discuss Hyperledger Indy's validator and observer nodes
  • #indy-sdk
    Used for discussions on Hyperledger Indy's SDK
  • #infra-support
    Used for discussions related to Infrastructure Support provided by The Linux Foundation for Hyperledger projects
  • #iroha
    Used to discuss the Hyperledger Iroha project
  • #japanese
    Used for discussion amongst Japanese community developers (Hyperledger に関する日本語での議論)
  • #jenkins-robot
    Used by Jenkins to notify success/failure of CI pipelines (Not currently used)
  • #jira
    Used to discuss setting up Jira for new projects
  • #jobs
    Used for posting Hyperledger-specific job openings
  • #marketing
    Used by the Hyperledger marketing team
  • #meetup
    Used by Hyperledger meetup.com organizers to share best practices and material
  • #portuguese
    Used for discussion amongst Portuguese community developers (Canal para comunicação de membros da comunidade Hyperledger em língua portuguesa)
  • #quilt
    Used for discussions regarding Hyperledger Quilt
  • #russia
    Used for discussion amongst Russian community developers
  • #sawtooth
    This is the main channel for asking Sawtooth application and deployment questions.
  • #sawtooth-core-dev
    Discuss internal development of the Sawtooth platform (as opposed to transaction family or smart contract development).
  • #sawtooth-infra
    Used to discuss the Continuous Integration for Hyperledger Sawtooth and other infrastructure systems.
  • #sawtooth-next-directory
    Discuss development and use of the role based access control sub-project called Next Directory.
  • #sawtooth-sabre
    Used for discussions on the Sawtooth web assembly smart contract engine (Sabre)
  • #sawtooth-seth
    Used for discussions on the integration of Hyperledger Sawtooth and Hyperledger Burrow (SETH - Sawtooth Ethereum)
community/chat_channels.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/02 20:58 by Tracy Kuhrt