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Goals

  • Get through all the proposed agenda items before the time is up (we did not succeed but it was close).

Discussion items

TimeItemWhoNotes
Project Quarterly Report
  • Q2 project report has to be filed a few days prior 25th of June.
5min Git commit message compliance issues Git commit message linting is troublesome for a lot of people so we need to address it head on.
40minProject governance

For larger changes: open an issue first

Maintainer's policy: We don't have strong feelings about it, everybody's happy
to draw inspiration heavily from other project's such as Sawtooth. We aim to work
with the native features of Github as much as possible.

Road-map to be as public as possible. We do not want to surprise people.

Peter to put together the initial draft of version v0.2 (the list of things we want in there)

10OutreachAll maintainers should get involved in their local meetups (virtual or otherwise) and evangelize the project.
5Calendar, GMT time zone friendly contributor's call

We decided that on-demand, topic driven meeting scheduling is the best approach so as to ensure
that nobody wakes up or stays up late in vain for regularly scheduled calls that may or may not end
up having attendance from the time zones that they are designated for.

Recording 200601 Cactus Contributors Call.mp4

Action items

  • Hart Montgomeryto create a first draft of the quarterly report and everyone else to chime in as they see fit.  
  • Peter Somogyvari to post a guide on how to do interactive rebase and history re-writing/arranging (RocketChat, email list, contributing.md)
  • Hart Montgomery to send out first draft of maintainer's policy, Peter Somogyvari agreed to contribute to that specific things about git/code style, commit messages, etc (e.g. all of his pet peeves)
  • Peter Somogyvari to put together the initial draft of version v0.2 (the list of things we want in there)
  • Jonathan Hamilton to close the loop with the Linux Foundation regarding the meetup representation
  • Peter Somogyvari to volunteer presenting at the San Francisco Hyperledger meetup
  • Shingo Fujimoto is already scheduled to talk at the Tokyo Hyperledger meetup
  • Jonathan Hamilton to initiate discussion about setting a new meeting on demand for Europe friendly time zones (discussion to be had on the mailing list)

2 Comments

  1. All maintainers should get involved in their local meetups (virtual or otherwise) and evangelize the project.


    Hello, I came across the above in the meeting notes. I am the organizer for Hyperledger Princeton and we are looking for speakers for our June Virtual Meetup. Please contact me if we can work together to get CACTUS announce and understood.


    Bobbi Muscara, Chair Hyperledger LMDWG

    Bobbi@LedgerAcademy.com


    1. Hey Bobbi Muscara , thanks for reaching out.  June is a bit hectic for those of us in US.  Will you have a session in July that we could speak at?