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

Introduction to Learning Materials Working Group

The Learning Materials Development working group reports to the Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee. It 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, Hyperledger team members, and the project maintainers to identify training needs and develop strategies, as well as, material to address those needs. The output of this working group will be targeted towards both technical and non-technical audiences.


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Introductions from people on the call: 


Bobbi Muscara, Flavia, Stephen Curran, Ravi, ID 

II. Reorganization of the Working Groups:

Setting up a Task Force WGTF_Proposal5

III. EdX Update / Discussion

  • EdX Updates:
    • Blockchain for Business : On-line, very popular course.  Technical course is being edited by BLOCKCHAIN TRAINING ALLIANCE  so no need for us to evaluate.  Still waiting for 2.0 to develop a Fabric Tech guide. Steve remarked more course will be rolled out Q1 2020
      • No updates on Technical course. S Curran Course already LIVE w/o edits from LMDWG
    • GitHub Repository - We have a repository that we can build out using existing materials from projects. Nathalie is researching See email, Ravi suggested organizing information for Scripts. To use to repo to examine what the scripts you need to run are for, how they work and why. 

      Opportunity to review Hyperledger Fabric Developer

IV. Wiki / Pages (Updates and Additions) 

V Old Business

Report to TSC Q4

VI. New Business

 Creating a Task Force    Setting up a Task force to

Opportunity for Course: minder if you haven't submitted yet the Hyperledger Fabric Developer (CHFD) exam is scheduled to launch in late Q1 2020 and we are now looking for Beta testers. Interested parties should complete the CHFD Beta Sign-up Form by January 15, 2020.
https://training.linuxfoundation.org/certification/certified-hyperledger-fabric-developer/
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScPxgBt6GvuTcrtjYCkWqW2D6o-2YrNd4vR--KXFGUw-5Ctsw/viewform

VII.  Presentation : Ravi Explained a platform for customizing FABRICs options. offer to examine his user interface to FABRIc ( and others to follow) where it is easy to pick requirements for your permissioned block chain. ) one scheduled



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