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 I. Welcome 
      Join Group 
https://lists.hyperledger.org/g/learning-materials-development-wg

Introduction to Learning Materials Working Group

The Learning Materials Development working group is focused on developing open source training material (licensed as specified by the Hyperledger Charter) to educate people interested in expanding their knowledge of Hyperledger and its projects. The working group will consult with other Hyperledger working groups, team members, and the project maintainers to identify training needs and develop strategies, as well as, material to address those needs.

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Introductions from people on the call: 

Bobbi (Chair WG),


II. EdX Update / Discussion:

  • 1. Blockchain for Business EdX Updates  Technical . Sawtooth will have Tech Application course this fall. Indy, Aries and Ursa will have a course Oct - Nov on Edx.
  •    Technical Course: each Project will have its own mini course. easier to maintain,   Timeline for project courses.
  • Rocket Chat[SCurran" . I'm also co-authoring two courses right now on SSI, Indy, Ursa and Aries that will be launching on edX soon.]
  • 2. GitHub issues: Need maintainer https://github.com/hyperledger/education: old version of Edx course , no maintainers . Flavia suggests starting fresh with new material. Link to  new Git hub hub,  Ravi has a report


III. Wiki / Pages (Updates and Additions) 

  • Task Member Sign-Up
  • USE Case Template:
    Thank you Wendy for suggested reading, "Frontiers in Blockchain" for Standards and evidence presented in use case in the healthcare field. Evidence and Proof. Outcomes in use cases need to prove their value. Gordon commented with a caution about Data, What metrics are we basing findings  , Saptarshi, Quantify ROI with the evidence in case studies.  
  • Surveys
    Learning Materials development community survey: poll community for interest, new leadership and membership involvement:
     Hyperledger Community: three surveys, Working Groups, Special Interest Groups and Projects need to be developed to determine 
  • LMWG Management
  • Key Terms:  Glossary format set up,  Created a Table for compiling definitions. Once completed, form a sub group to discuss  ll be discussed by a sub group when completed.Started updating glossary
  • Resources Page: Library off all community documentation.
  • Best Practices Page
  • New Member Sign -up
  • Meet-up Project
  • Graphic Standards: Wendy need the graphic sets from out wiki page, wondered if her group need to run the SIG work product thru TSC, I said no because they do not report to TSC. Wendy asked about Word doc, Hyperledger prefers Google Doc or The wiki page for editing. 

VI. Presentations

Jim Mason : fabric update. -

Working from an Android Phone on Hyperledger

Most developers work on Hyperledger running servers on a Linux OS such as Ubuntu.

I looked at options to work from my Android phone on Hyperledger development.

Option 1 - Use VNC client for Android and connect to an Ubuntu server

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.realvnc.viewer.android&hl=en_US

or the free option

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=android.androidVNC&hl=en

The server can be a local system, in your network or in the cloud

Pros:

  1. Simple to install and configure to any VNC server
  2. Works without changing your phone configuration, data or encryption

Cons:

  1. You need a VNC Connect account at RealVNC or use the optional VNC viewer above
  2. You need an Internet connection to access your remote server

Option 2 - Install Ubuntu server on your Android phone

Technorm notes to install Ubuntu server on Android phone
https://www.technorms.com/12451/install-ubuntu-on-android

or the free deployment tool option below

Maketecheasy article to install Ubuntu on Android with Linux Deploy
https://www.maketecheasier.com/install-ubuntu-on-android-linux-deploy/

Install Ubuntu server on your Android device

Pros:

  1. No cost - just suggested donation
  2. Full Ubuntu server runs anything on your phone ( including Hyperledger Fabric in theory )

Cons:

  1. Many - root the phone
  2. Complex install and support
  3. May require phone factory reset deleting apps, data and encryption
  4. Requires VNC server and client running to access Ubuntu desktop
  5. Requires high-end Android phone on new version of Android ( at least 8 GB memory )
  6. The Linux installer may be billable depending on which installer you choose
  7. No guarantees on the stability of Linux on Android

In my case, I run Ubuntu in Oracle VirtualBox on a Windows 10 PC fine.

I allocate 6 GB memory to Ubuntu and that is more than enough to run Hyperledger Fabric in a developer environment





V. Old Business:

VI.   New Business

 VIII Close          Next meeting September 23, 2019, 


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