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DescriptionThe 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

lTeleconference bi-weekly on Mondays 10 AM Pacific. See the Calendar of Public Meetings for the next meeting and dial in details. 

Bi weekly ZOOM Calls Monday 12/2/2019 1pm: ET


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Hyperledger is committed to creating a safe and welcoming community for all. For more information please visit our Code of Conduct:

TSC Working Group Updates


Please see Charter for the full text of the charter.

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.

Communication Channels

These are the mechanisms that this working group uses to communicate.

Mailing List

Chat Channel



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Current Greenhouse Graphic

Current Presentation

Current Marketing Information:

Links to Completed Work


Chris Ferris FABRIC presentation  

Saptarshi Choudhury Presentation Agriculture and Blockchain 

On-the-fly Style Guide for Hyperledger Publications

Active Members

Job / Owners

Wiki Page



Github UpdatesGithubGiven that the group is not hosting code and the wiki is the primary collaboration vehicle, update the Github to point potential contributors who stumble across it to this wiki.Nathalie
Use Case LibraryUSE CASE LibraryCreate a Library of Use Cases Idowu Akinde
  1. Go over current Results to gain insight into participants in group to encourage involvement


Key Terminology

Key TermsCollect key terms from Hyperledger documentation and create a glossary that can be used by communityOpen



USE CASE Standards

Create outlines and templates for Hyperledger community to refer to when developing Documentation for projects Bobbi
BEST PRACTICES / StandardsStandard Charting Software : is free. the other 2 are billable services. is the most limited functionally

Libre Calc is free with charting support

Jim Mason
New Member Recruiting Manage New Member Wiki Page

Create "how to Join a Group" tutorial Create programs to increase membership

Meet-up ProjectMeetups  Project to Coordinate Events Discuss meetups and how LMDWG can support a coordinated effortShabs


Reviewed Burrow GitHub and intent with Burrow team. Burrow is a several months project

Kelly Cooper
LMDWG Management Q4, Report Due 12/10Complete the Quarterly report and Submit to TSCBobbi

Create a Reference Template for documentation of future Use Cases
Create a Reference Template for documentation of future Whitepapers

Completed Project
Name / Task
Latest Work Done - Date Done
Working On 
Iroha Template

 create a space page template in Confluence for Iroha based on this page:
It is needed for the discussions and work on features - it is similar to the general HL template for that but that one lacks some fields. 

Sara Garifullina,
Community manager at Soramitsu
Contact me:

Kelly Cooper - Complete

August 15, 2019Complete


Telecom WP

Telecom SIG has requested a proofread on the Whitepaper 


Hyperledger Inter-Carrier Settlement_v4 (1).pdf

Ed-X Updates

EdX Updates: Business Edition chapters 1 -5


Review completed course in edX. Complete 7/10/2019 

To keep projects consistent each framework and tool  should follow a resource packet Which consist of the following resources. Each Resources should follow the Best Practice Standards.:



  1. Bobbi

  2. Gordon Graham

Meetup Packet

Develop Standards

Working on SUMMER PROJECT guidelines / Checkpoints


Meetup Organizer's Guide

Meetup Announce Template




Bobbibobbi@ledgeracademy.comOrganizing Resource Page, Edit Overview Presentation
Sasa Hyperledger Fabric, especially nodeJS SDK and smart contracts
Deniantimetica@gmail.comedX Sawtooth updates.  My individual interest is in learning GitHub markdown
Deverickdeverick.crippen@perdue.comFabric and Composer
Richardr @ uar.bizcreate material for non-tech to help with difficult concepts
Gordongordon@thatwhitepaperguy.comEditing white papers and writing case studies for Hyperledger
Jamesjames.cambron@psu.eduGlad to take any task
Srinimail@srinivasank.netGlad to take review and proof reading to begin with.
Rashmi Kk.rashmij@gmail.comFabric/Composer
Andrew W.andrewfloydwright@gmail.comAnalyzing existing material to prepare for new material creation

Hailee Turpin
Mark R.
Jim Masonjmason900@yahoo.comWorking on Fabric documentation and related content
Sid Parksiddharth.parakh@gmail.comFabric,Hyperledger,Blockchain engagements
Sara Iroha contributor - help with documentation, keep in contact with the community, create and edit videos, can create diagrams etc.  
Colin Pintopintocolin@gmail.comGlad to take on any task - (Specs/design, some coding, testing...)
Suyog Navarkarnavarkarsuyog@gmail.comCan work on product design/documentation, testing, some coding.

can design , a little bit of programming , architect, 

Ravi Sarkarravi.sarkar1@gmail.comArchitecture, product design, whitepapers, case studies, coding

Can Project manage or do any additional tasks.

Kelly Cooper

Identity, Indy, Smart Contracts, Burrow, Capital Markets, EdTech, Public, DCI

Developing Blockchain Courseware for University Program
Satyajit Deshmukhsatyajit.deshmukh007@gmail.comGlad to take any task or architect
Ravi Vasravinayag@gmail.comGithub Updates
Padm Sambhavsambhava31bbs@gmail.comOpen for any documentation/design work. Area of Interest HL Fabric.


Madeline Murraymadeline.murray@consensys.netBesu
Idowu Akindeidowuakinde@yahoo.comDeveloping (gathering and updating) an ever-growing library of Hyperledger use cases.
Nathalie C. Chan King Choynathalie-ckc@kestrel-omnitech.comInterested in working on docs, testing, making things easier to understand.

Space contributors