The TWGC is a bridge between the global Hyperledger community, and the emerging technical user and contributor community in China and the greater China region, including Hong Kong and Taiwan. It is responsible for growing the Hyperledger developer community in China by responding to new user questions, helping with first-level triage of community-reported bugs or other issues, helping demonstrate to new developers how to report bugs or file pull requests, and pointing motivated developers towards the project roadmaps and development initiatives at the global Hyperledger web sites. It should also make sure to expose new users to the broad range of projects at Hyperledger.
The TWGC is led by two or three Hyperledger community contributors, appointed by the TSC, and re-appointed every 6 months. No formal votes are taken, so there is no formal declaration of membership in the working group aside from those two or three. Those members should view themselves as representatives of and servants to the broader community and not exclusively representing their own or employer interests.
|Yin Cao||Energy-Blockchain Labsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Shanghai|
|Keith Chan(陈澤輝)||Linux Foundationemail@example.com|
|Min Yu(余敏)||Linux Foundationfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Donald Liu(廖享德)||Linux Foundationemail@example.com|
Biweekly meeting will be held at 10AM~11AM, Wednesday, GMT+8
Number: 800-820-0027 (toll free) and 400-821-0751 (caller paid)
Currently we support several methods of communication - email list, WeChat channel, Rocketchat, which are open to everyone to join.
The Email list is used for official announcement, event information, and threaded discussions, etc. To post a message to all the list members, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The main channel for instant discussions. Welcome to join the twg-china channel, with your LF id.
The first Asia Hackathon will be held in Shanghai on Mar 11&12, 2017. Pls register here
We encourage Hyperledger members to hold meetups, and TWG China will give technical supports, e.g., find appropriated technical speakers and help publish event info in local community. Any one or organization who wants to hold meetup, can contact TWG China for help.
This WG reports on its activities once a month to the TSC as an email to the TSC mailing list, including any issues that need addressing from a governance, process, community tools, or other community-wide angle. The report should include some measure of activity, and measure of how well new participants are being welcomed into the project.