The Learning Materials Development working group reports to the Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee. It is focused on developing open source training material (licensed as specified by the Hyperledger Charter) to educate people interested in expanding their knowledge of Hyperledger and its projects. The working group will consult with other Hyperledger working groups, Hyperledger team members, and the project maintainers to identify training needs and develop strategies, as well as, material to address those needs. The output of this working group will be targeted towards both technical and non-technical audiences
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May 6, 2019
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The working group may form task forces or subgroups to complete or present a set of training materials for a particular topic or topics. The material developed by the Learning Materials Development Working Group will be open sourced using the licenses specified by the Hyperledger Charter (Apache License, Version 2.0 and Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License). This material will be open for others to use in their training courses and events.
These are the mechanisms that this working group uses to communicate.
Links to Completed Work
CONTRIBUTE to a NEW HYPERLEDGER PROJECT
|Bobbifirstname.lastname@example.org||Organizing Resource Page, Edit Overview Presentation|
|Sasa Pesicemail@example.com||Hyperledger Fabric, especially nodeJS SDK and smart contracts|
|Denifirstname.lastname@example.org||edX Sawtooth updates. My individual interest is in learning GitHub markdown|
|Deverickemail@example.com||Fabric and Composer|
|Richard||r @ uar.biz||create material for non-tech to help with difficult concepts|
|Gordonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Editing white papers and writing case studies for Hyperledger|
|Jamesemail@example.com||Glad to take any task|
|Srinifirstname.lastname@example.org||Glad to take review and proof reading to begin with.|
|Andrew W.||email@example.com||Analyzing existing material to prepare for new material creation|
|Mark R. Yeunfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jim Masonemail@example.com||Working on Fabric documentation and related content|
|Sid Parkfirstname.lastname@example.org||Fabric,Hyperledger,Blockchain engagements|
|Sara Garifullinaemail@example.com||HL Iroha contributor - help with documentation, keep in contact with the community, create and edit videos, can create diagrams etc.|
|Colin Pintofirstname.lastname@example.org||Glad to take on any task - (Specs/design, some coding, testing...)|
|Suyog Navarkaremail@example.com||Can work on product design/documentation, testing, some coding.|
can design , a little bit of programming , architect,
|Ravi Sarkarfirstname.lastname@example.org||Architecture, product design, whitepapers, case studies, coding|
Can Project manage or do any additional tasks.
Edits, tutorials, Fabric and Sawtooth
|Stan Heisteremail@example.com||Developing Blockchain Courseware for University Program|
|Satyajit Deshmukhfirstname.lastname@example.org||Glad to take any task or architect|
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