Hyperledger Fabric is an enterprise-grade permissioned distributed ledger framework for developing solutions and applications. Its modular and versatile design satisfies a broad range of industry use cases. It offers a unique approach to consensus that enables performance at scale while preserving privacy.
- Main documentation
- Getting Started for application developers
- Contributing to Fabric and related sub-projects
- Design docs
- Videos on YouTube for Hyperledger Fabric. Includes informational and playbacks. Subscribe to be automatically notified when new videos are posted.
- Getting Started in CI - Debugging CI jobs failures
- The Hyperledger Fabric Roadmap outlines the next release themes.
- Fabric Release Exit Criteria details our release checklist
- Fabric Release history provides the list of releases
- Documentation - extensive documentation, tutorials, reference, architectural concepts
- Stackoverflow Q&A
- Mailing list
- Fabric Maintainers
Hyperledger uses Discord for communication purposes. Look for the following channels and several others:
- Discussions are conducted on the email@example.com (see above) mailing list and in Rocket Chat, to allow for community-wide participation.
- Contributor meetings occur every two weeks
- Past meeting recordings can be found in the Hyperledger Fabric Meeting Recordings folder.
- Proposed by Christopher Ferris (IBM) and Tamas Blummer (DAH)
- Approved by the TSC on March 31, 2016
- Moved out of Incubation on March 2, 2017 - Request, TSC Approval
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