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Avalon SDK 
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Besu Operator

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Blockchain
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Business Partner Agent

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Byzantine-Config

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Citizens Pulse

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Convector Framework

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Hyperledger Community Management Tools


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Hyperledger Fabric Based Access Control

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Hyperledger Fabric Block Archiving

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Hyperledger Fabric Haskell Chaincode

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Hyperledger Fabric Private Chaincode

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Hyperledger Fabric WebAssembly chaincode

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Keyhole Fabric API Gateway

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blockchain-carbon-accounting

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Modern Pharmacy Management

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Nephos


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Perun

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Pluggable Hedera Consensus Service

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Private Data Objects

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PubSub Interop

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TrustID

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Trusted Compute Framework

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Umbra

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University Course Fabric

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Dancap


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Starter Kit for Hyperledger Learners:


PowerPoint             

Demo  
https://hltool.knowledgesociety.tech

Hyperledger can help build communities by gathering people sharing a common interest in developing blockchain related software.

However, the only way to currently do so is to submit a HIP and launch a formal project in Incubation. This is a relatively heavy process which implies a level of endorsement by Hyperledger that is not suitable for cases where projects are immature from a code-complete, production-quality, or community building perspective, or experimental.

hyperledger-labs.github.io

Fork to get Started


LMDWG Sponsors Hyperledger Starter Kit for demoing POC's .

https://github.com/ravinayag/HL-StarterKit

Testers

NameEmailTest TaskTest Results
Raviravinayag@gmail.comfabric1.4 & 2.2, Single host, Docerswarm, Kubernetes deployment

PASSED



Multichannel creation  and chain code deployment on different channels


Test Caliper
Bobbibobbi@ledgeracademy.comTest Besu, Sawtooth, Explorer,  Pre- Requisite emailer

IN PROGRESS



Fabric 
















  1. Steps for Testers:
    Open the Starter Kit:  https://hltool.knowledgesociety.tech/
  2.  Follow Login Instructions: un: term, pw: term123
  3. Starter Kit for Hyperledger Learners:


    PowerPoint              Presentation



    Demo  
    https://hltool.knowledgesociety.tech

    Hyperledger can help build communities by gathering people sharing a common interest in developing blockchain related software.

    However, the only way to currently do so is to submit a HIP and launch a formal project in Incubation. This is a relatively heavy process which implies a level of endorsement by Hyperledger that is not suitable for cases where projects are immature from a code-complete, production-quality, or community building perspective, or experimental.

    hyperledger-labs.github.io


    Fork to get Started

    Would like to contribute..?

    --Join us 

Current Projects

Issue: Getting Starter Kit into LabsIssueStatus

Motivation

Labs will

1) lower the pressure on the TSC to start new projects 

2) allow for work to be done within a legal framework that eases the transition to a project in Incubation in cases where this ends up being the chosen path for the lab.

In particular, this includes enforcement of the use of the Apache Software License and sign-offs on all contributions.

This new space will allow teams to experiment with new frameworks or new modules without the promise of stable code or MVP. It is a space suitable for innovation and testing of ideas. 

This new space will allow teams to experiment with new frameworks or new modules without the promise of stable code or MVP.

It is a space suitable for innovation and testing of ideas. 

--- ANS:  Im working on a test to ensure the code is stable before the push to lab repository.



Proposals

To submit a new proposal, please follow the process outlined at Hyperledger Labs. The lab proposal must meet the following:




  1. The scope of the proposed lab fits within Hyperledger's mission;




  1. The proposed name is appropriate (e.g., not too generic, confusing, or conflicting with other labs or projects, etc);
  • Here are my suggested Lab Names

    Hyperledger CLI StarterKit

    Hyperledger LearnersKit

    Hyperledger Microservices kit



  1. Proposers have a Sponsor (i.e. a maintainer of one of the Hyperledger projects, a TSC member or a WG chair);
---- ANS: based on our last call,  Primary sponsor would be Bobbi and Second sponsor would be TracySponsors do not have a responsibility beyond this; ongoing work like contributing code or reviews is not tied to their role as sponsors. In reviewing the proposal, the sponsor(s) make sure that the proposal is cogent, and novel (in conception, proposed execution, or interested community). To find sponsors
a. the proposers can use their connections to existing projects and ask maintainers
b. find working groups or projects with affinities to the proposed lab and pitch the project (good to have the template already filled out) in associated channels and or mailing lists.
The WG chairs emails, the maintainers contacts etc. can be found on the wiki or github. Make personal appeals if you can.

Bobbi Muscara

Sponsor / TSC committee Member

Tracy Kuhrt

TSC / Lab Stewart 

  1. Proposers need to be active members of the Hyperledger technical community (as defined in Section 4.a.ii of the Hyperledger Charter).
  • --- ANS :  I'm part of fabric contributor,  India chapter, LMDWG  team in Hyperledger Umbrella. Will that be considered as an active member proposer ...?






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Lab Proposal Starter Kit

Labs

Lab Name

Starter Kit ( Pick your experience)

Short Description

The ________________________   configurator tool developed under Shell scripting, for learners and developers who would like to learn Hyperledger frameworks with different Customized Configurations instantly.

Instantly you can create docker-compose templates. Product owners can leverage this tool at any point in time for prototypes.

Provide a short description of your lab. This will be used for the Github repository's description.

Scope of Lab

Enter the scope of the lab. This should include enough information to allow the Lab stewards to understand how it fits within Hyperledger's mission.
Hyperledger mission: fits in how? to allow easy of entry into ....   Set up POC easily

1, A customized Names with Domain, ORG’s ,Orderer’s  ,Peer’s and CA’s

2, UnLimited for Orgs’s, Orderers, Peers, and CA’s

3, Unlimited Channel Names,  (Privatechannel)

4, Toggle Between Consensus type , Versions

5,  Test your configuration by network deployment ( single hosting / docker-swarm / kubernatees )

6, Choice to select the Hyperledger framework and tools.

7. Choice to chooses the sample chaincodes for testing

8, Deploy custom chaincodes on your choice.


Initial Committers

Enter the Github IDs for the set of initial committers.

Sponsor

Provide the name of your sponsor. A sponsor is required and must be a maintainer of one of the Hyperledger projects, a TSC member, or a WG chair.

Pre-existing repository

If you currently have a Github repository that you wish to transfer to the Hyperledger Labs organization, please provide a link here. NOTE: Please refer to the README for additional information on existing repositories.

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Examples of possible labs: projects too early for TSC approval as an incubator because there’s not a lot of code; demos; documentation examples; sample code from hackathons, research projects, etc.

Hyperledger Labs have similarities with the Apache Labs and the W3C Community Groups.

Proposals

To submit a new proposal, please follow the process outlined at Hyperledger Labs. The lab proposal must meet the following:

  1. The scope of the proposed lab fits within Hyperledger’s mission;

  2. The proposed name is appropriate (e.g., not too generic, confusing, or conflicting with other labs or projects, etc);

  3. Proposers have a Sponsor (i.e. a maintainer of one of the Hyperledger projects, a TSC member or a WG chair);

  4. Proposers need to be active members of the Hyperledger technical community (as defined in Section 4.a.ii of the Hyperledger Charter).

You can find all Hyperledger Lab approved proposals at https://github.com/hyperledger-labs/hyperledger-labs.github.io/labs. You can also look at the pull requests for all submitted proposals.

Archiving

Stewards are responsible for curating the set of labs, moving to an archives space (see below) those that become dormant or unresponsive for an extended period (6+ months), or are explicitly deemed by the committers to be deprecated/obsoleted.

Deprecated, obsoleted, or dormant labs (as defined above) will be moved to a GitHub org “hyperledger-labs-archives” that signifies that the lab is no longer maintained. Labs in the archives are read-only, and they can be moved back out of the archives, if there is interest in reviving them.

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