Iroha is a distributed ledger project, that aims to provide a development environment where C++ and mobile application developers could contribute to Hyperledger. The project seeks to complement Fabric, Sawtooth, and other potential projects, being a framework with pre-defined set of commands, permissions and queries that can be used with various client libraries to easily create applications for desktop and mobile platforms.
Iroha is inspired by Japanese Kaizen principle — eliminate excessiveness (muri). Iroha has essential functionality for asset, information or identity management, at the same time being an efficient and trustworthy byzantine fault-tolerant tool for your enterprise needs.
Permissioned network; written in C++; Client libraries in Java, Python, JS, Swift; BFT consensus algorithm YetAnotherConsensus (YAC); ready-to-use set of commands and queries, Multi-signature transactions.
Proposals can be created in Jira or suggested and discussed in chat. Those who can implement the proposals then write the code. If people want to know what to work on, they can ask in a special contributors chat or create an issue to get attention. Github projects are used to manage release versions.
- iroha-python (Python SDK)
Chat (for questions and ephemeral discussions)
Discussions are conducted in chat, to allow for worldwide participation. We also create meetings to discuss some questions. Please subscribe to the mailing list or join the chat to keeps informed!
Moved out of Incubation on May 18, 2017
Good first issues
Examples of additions for this page - based on Sara Garifullina request to enliven the page:
- Task lists can be assigned user etc.
- This is already in use for pages for validating an action is complete
@KellyCooper for poll request additions
Yes, this location works for a poll
No, arrange for a poll to be added to the template
I think it would be great if we move it to the pool example page and then add to decision pages
Also, charts, galleries, roadmap planner, etc. If you have data or content I can mock up.
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