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Code of Conduct   Code of conduct link: Hyperledger Code of Conduct


Introduction to Learning Materials Working Group:  Learning Materials Development Working Group

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.

Participants: Bobbi Muscara John Carpenter Alfonso Govela K Sanjay Kumar Amit Chaudhari, Guillermo Diaz,  Hardik Gupta, Jim Mason, Nick Gaski

New member onboarding.
Recording New Member Video,
Ten Minutes

articipants: Bobbi Muscara PDF

Calendar of Public Meetings

Showing Your Support
Hyperledger Wiki and the Hyperledger Community

II. TRAINING : EdX Update / Discussion  

  1. EdX / LF Courses for Hyperledger: The Upgrade courseware is completely separate from previous version. The administration test fee are for the Fabric version you are sitting for.
    1. Get a 50% discount for all Hyperledger training and certifications from Linux Foundation Training during the month of June.

      • Use code HGF2021 at checkout 

Basics for Developers

Build with Hyperledger Besu 

  1. Besu Training
  2. Blockchain Developer Online Bootcamp 2021 with Certification
    Our flagship technical Blockchain Developer Online Bootcamp brings the best of the best together in an industry-standard, instructor-led, community-driven online certification program, getting you programming in Ethereum at a professional level in just 11 weeks.Late registration is available until September 7.
    Course starts September 1, first week involves setup and orientation and is easily made up if you're interested in joining late. Register

  3. Hyperledger Besu training launched: Free Course Explores Hyperledger Besu, the Open Source, Java-Based Ethereum Client
  4. What is EIP-1559? How Will It Change Ethereum?

Github Updates: LMDWG GitHub Repository "New

  1. ** University Course Project:
      Project Plan - Build a university course on Hyperledger Fabric using Hyperledger  Raf
    ael André Pestana Belchio
2. The course on Enterprise Blockchain Technologies - with a focus on Fabric v2.2:
** Starter kit :In labs,  Proto-typing Blockchain Networks w/o Environment setup issues., Need for testers  and coders.

Hyperledger Labs Hyperledger Labs

  1. Including Multi Language Courses in GIThub See Notes

III. Resources


Speakers for meetups from List of Global Forum Submissions.

New Software Test:  Grouping Meetups together with Network Feature 



Denver Meetup  July 8th

Boston Meetup July 29th
Princeton Meetup August 12th
Job Fair August 25th

In need of Connections / Speakers for these events

Monthly Meetup Organizer Planning Meetup Improvement Sub-Group Meeting Details  1st Tuesday each month Time: 16:00 UTC / 9 AM pacific (feel free to suggest alternate times)   Dial-in:

Presentations for Meetups

Virtual Hyperledger Meetups:

Wednesday, June 30, 2021 Meetups Hyperledger Morristown Online Meetup

Wednesday, June 30, 2021    7:00 PM to 8:30 PM ET  Reserve your spot   Online event   Link visible for attendees   Hyperledger Morristown  Details• Discuss H-Aries, H-Indy and the NFT world.

There are a few different virtual Hyperledger Meetups happening this week.  They are:

Wednesday, June 30 at 5:00pm MT: Hyperledger Morristown hosts "Indy Wallet and DID, how they apply to NFT"

Thursday, July 1 at 4:00am MT: Hyperledger Korea hosts "Hyperledger Meetup Korea #29"

Friday, July 2 at 8:00am MT: Hyperledger Boston hosts "Rhode Island digital government on track with identity blockchain"

uesday, July 6, 2021  Introduction to Coding Solidity/Ethereum Smart Contracts  Jamiel Sheikh

2. SIG and Working Groups Happening this week: 
  Trade Finance SIG & CA SIG

When: Tuesday, 29 June 2021, 8:30am to 9:30am, BST (9:30am to 10:30am CET
  Meeting ID: 622 333 6701 Passcode: 475869 Where:
Organizer: Andrea Frosinini
Trade needs to get sustainable, why this is more than greenwash and how sustainable trade can help to enable sustainable economic development and a way out of the Covid19 pandemic . With a look at the Coriolis Kosmos solution we will see why we need a range of stakeholders to get engaged with what we are doing so that we can give SMEs a chance of getting access to finance at affordable rates through the trade that they do anyway

Contributor Experience WG. Proposed

  "Innovations and Contributors WG". SIG Collaboration Task Force How about setting up a meeting in the following intervals?
Monday 9:30 PM ~11:00 PM IST
Tuesday 8:00 PM ~ 11:00 PM IST

3. Developer Schedule Week 6/28   

4.   Hyperledger Community Blog
          Blog Ideas, Comments, time to submit? Create a Marketing slide for the LMDWG for community training. 
          LMDWG Blog New Template 

5.  Marketing: Marketing Committee - Developer Relations sync   

6. New Task force: : Whitepaper and Greenhouse Graphic Update Taskforce 

7.  You tube Channel Link 
       Hyperledger Global Forum recordings for the 2021 sessions

ConsenSys talks here 
Retail CBDCs with Charles D'Haussy), here 
Blockchain for Good with Johnna Powell), and here 
(the Keynote Panel on 
NFTs with Daniel Heyman). 

8. Speaking Opportunities 

Hello - Conference activities are ramping up in many parts of the world, and submission deadlines are coming up for a few different events that might be great platforms for this community:
OOP 2022 - The Conference for Software Architecture

OOP's theme this year is "The Time is Now," and it will explore the following questions: How do we deal with legacy systems today and prevent technical debts from accumulating? What kind of experiments allows us to discover and shape both innovative & sustaining architectures, features, programming languages or even organizational structures, ways of collaborating, and work environments? How can we ensure diversity & inclusion now and take our societal responsibility seriously? Thus, waiting (also caused by the pandemic) is not an option anymore, acting is. Case studies that describe experience in practice from all application domains including, but not limited to, transportation (aerospace, railway, automotive, ...), telecommunications, finance & insurance, industrial automation, mobile computing, government, as well as medical and life sciences are particularly welcome.

Proposals should either be technical and oriented towards software architects, or targeted at project leaders / decision makers who work in an enterprise environment. The participants expect an excellent overview of the state-of-the-art in modern software engineering. The sessions should focus either on promising concepts for the future or on cutting-edge techniques that are suitable for practical use today.


OOP 2022, January 31 – February 4, 2022, ICM – International Conference Center Munich, German. The deadline for submitting for this show is July 5. You can find the CFP here.   

 Open Source Strategy Forum

Open Source Strategy Forum (OSSF) is the only conference dedicated to driving collaboration and innovation in financial services through open source software and standards. We bring together experts across financial services, technology, and open source to engage our community in stimulating and thought-provoking conversations about how to best (and safely) leverage open source software to solve industry challenges.

OSSF is being held twice in 2021 – in person: London, October 4-5 and New York, November 9-10. The deadline for submitting for these shows is July 11. You can find the CFP here.

We would like to keep track of submissions, so please also email us at about any speakers you've proposed or plan to propose speakers for these events.

IV. Wiki / Pages (Updates and Additions)  






















Blockchain Awards

The Blockchain Research Institute (BRI) and MCI Canada (MCI) are excited to open award nominations for the third annual Enterprise Blockchain Awards (EBAs). The 2021 Enterprise Blockchain Awards will recognize the exceptional leaders, researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs, and service providers driving global enterprise blockchain transformation. Individuals and organizations are encouraged to submit a nomination to honor those that have made a measurable difference within their ecosystems and across industries.

The deadline for submitting a nomination is July 31, 2021, and finalists will be announced on October 4, 2021. The winners of the EBAs will be recognized at a hybrid-virtual awards ceremony in Toronto, Canada, on November 16, 2021.

Individuals and organizations that qualify under the following award categories are encouraged to submit an EBA nomination form:

VI Old Business

Recap:  The Giving Chain

VII. New Business

Alfonso Presents 

Future Break the Silos, build road to project to SIGS 

VIII. Close:

  • Next Meeting  7/12/2021

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