Hyperledger Project

Technical Steering Committee (TSC) Meeting


July 5, 2018 (7:00am - 8:00am PT)via GoToMeeting

TSC Members

Arnaud Le Hors

Baohua Yang


Binh Nguyen


Christopher Ferris


Dan Middleton


Greg Haskins

Hart Montgomery


Jonathan Levi


Kelly Olson


Mic Bowman


Nathan George



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  • Amsterdam Recap

    • In general, positive feedback on the event -- Indy got a lot of hacking done (folks came with plans on what they wanted to build in person), seeding agenda in advance was helpful (though, try to better manage overlap/conflict), and good cross-project collaboration

    • Need to get people pre-bootstrapped for Day 0 and have more hands-on/interactive sessions (as opposed to listening to lectures)

    • Consider creating a business application track (as opposed to just setting up dev environments)

  • October 3-4 | Montreal (registration)

Annual TSC Election

  • Add Labs to list of repos

  • Allow WG leads to provide a list of “contributors” -- similar to previous years

  • VOTE:  unanimous approval of timing & process of upcoming election

Quarterly project updates

  • Hyperledger Quilt update

    • This has been pending for several weeks; need someone from Hyperledger Quilt to provide the update in July 12th meeting

  • Caroline provided the Hyperledger Caliper update (PPT presentation given, as seen on recording, will be merged into wiki)

    • Been using tool on Iroha -- any plans for CI support as part of CI pipeline?

      • Don’t have a plan yet -- but, good point.  Let’s discuss offline.

    • Comfortable with pace and arc of growing a development community around this project?

      • Focus over next 3 months is on dev part -- in future, we would like to do more collaboration with community, i.e. demo at hackfest, etc.

    • Any language restrictions given that most of tool is in JavaScript?

      • Considering adding support for other languages.

    • Any performance issues in tool itself using JavaScript?

      • No.

  • July 12th:  Hyperledger Fabric update

Quarterly WG updates

  • Mark Wagner and Dan Middleton provided the Performance and Scale WG update

    • A suggestion was made to use the mailing list a bit more (to help mitigate challenges with asynchronous participation due to time zones).

    • Is the metrics doc done from tech PoV?

      • Yes, about 90% of way there (can close up in next 2-4 weeks)

  • July 12th:  Whitepaper WG update

[pending] Copyright discussion (no action during this meeting)

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