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Updated invitation: Requirements WG @ Every 2 weeks from 10am to 11am on Monday from Mon Feb 5 to Mon Mar 19 (MST) (hyperledger-requirements-wg@lists.hyperledger.org)

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Requirements WG

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clive boulton
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Topic: Hyperledger Requirements WG

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Minutes from Monday, March 19th bi-weekly Call

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

The minutes from today's Requirements Working Group bi-weekly call are here:

https://wiki.hyperledger.org/groups/requirements/requirements-wg/minutes?&#march_19th_2018

Thank you all for attending. It was an excellent session.

 

-Clive



Minutes from Monday, March 5th bi-weekly Call

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

The minutes from today's Requirements Working Group bi-weekly call are here:

https://wiki.hyperledger.org/groups/requirements/requirements-wg/minutes?&#march_5_2018

-Clive


Minutes from Monday, February 19th bi-weekly Call

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

The minutes from today's Requirements Working Group bi-weekly call are here:


-Clive



Minutes from Monday, February 5th bi-weekly Call

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

The minutes from Monday’s Requirements Working Group bi-weekly call are here:


-Clive




Invitation: Requirements WG @ Every 2 weeks from 11am to 12pm on Monday (MST) (hyperledger-requirements-wg@lists.hyperledger.org)

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Requirements WG

When
Every 2 weeks from 11am to 12pm on Monday Mountain Time - Arizona
Where
https://zoom.us/j/137844268 (map)
Calendar
hyperledger-requirements-wg@...
Who
tkuhrt@... - creator
hyperledger-requirements-wg@...
clive boulton
Contact: Clive Boulton

Topic: Hyperledger Requirements WG

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/137844268

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Minutes from Monday, January 22nd bi-weekly Call

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Nitesh Emmadi from TCS research presented a permissioned blockchain use case. The minutes from today’s Requirements Working Group bi-weekly call are here:


MaRSChain Usecase document for peer-review

nitesh.e <nitesh.emmadi1@...>
 

Dear RWG Members,

As communicated in the Rocket Chat earlier, I will be presenting a use-case titled "MaRSChain: Framework for a Fair Manuscript Review System Based on Permissioned Blockchain" in the call on Monday(22-Jan-2018) @ 1PM Eastern Time. Here is the link to use-case document(short-version): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yECeh_yjmjRseTj54YA5SxPexECHYZ8keOTQ4X10Pnk/edit#heading=h.jsd2mc4vfq7q

For a detailed description of our system, please refer to our paper attached in this mail.
Your valuable feedback is appreciated.

Thanks
-regards
Nitesh Emmadi
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Minutes from Monday, January 8th bi-weekly Call

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The minutes from today’s Requirements Working Group bi-weekly call are here:


-CliveB


Minutes from Monday, December 11th bi-weekly Call

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The minutes from today’s Requirements Working Group bi-weekly call are here:


-Clive



Re: Call for contributions/comments/validation of community support for TSio Protocol and the Internet of Mobility

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

We can talk this thru at 10 am PST / 1pm EST today. Call is recorded. 

Otherwise we can discuss ReqWG survey results.

Clive

Terse from phone


On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 3:00 AM, Si Ho <siho@...> wrote:
Dear HL Requirements WG

I have joined this list, on the recommendation of Marta Piekarska and Daniela Barbosa,  to help validate, and indeed evolve, the relevance to the HyperLedger Community, of the activities of the TravelSpirit Foundation, and in particular our proposals for the Internet of Mobility and advocacy of the TSio Protocol. 

This activity forms part of our application to become a not-for-profit associate member of HyperLedger.

In summary:

+ We started off 21 months ago, with founding support from Transport for Greater Manchester,  as an open-source project for transportation, under the fiduciary hosting of Public Software CIC https://publicsoftware.eu/ 
+ Since then we have developed into an organisation with a broader ambition, while still, at our heart, advocating open-source solutions - see www.travelspirit.foundation and a summary below my email signature. 
+Through this broader ambition and inclusive approach, we have developed a strong community following - see www.travelspirit.io - and having established in the UK, are now developing regional nodes in Turin, Toronto, Portland, Singapore and Cape Town.
+ We are now campaigning for the Internet of Mobility, and have incubated the TSio Protocol project, which we intend to commence fundraising for via a valid crowdsale based upon an ERC20 compliant token, the TSio. We are naturally open to other sources of funding, donations and in-kind contributions to the project, but see the ICO as the necessary spearhead to gain the necessary initial momentum.

To indicate our future intent to launch an ICO, we are intending to publish the attached WhitePaper by the end of the week - with the hope of securing further contributions from the Future Cities Catapult, Open Data Institute and the HyperLedger Community, before doing so 
 


Following whitepaper publication, we then envisage a community-driven approach to developing the technical requirements for TSio Protocol ahead of an ICO - and this is where I am keen to engage with the Hyperledger community in this efforts, as well as identifying within the community potential “Minimum Viable Community” partners.

I very much look forward to hearing back from you all - and happy to spin up a Google Docs version of the WhitePaper if this is preferred.

Forwards together, 
Si Ho

Simon Ho
Chairman
TravelSpirit Foundation
Mobile:  +44(0)7977 137824
Web: travelspirit.foundation  
Email: siho@...  
    

About TravelSpirit Foundation

Transport (air, sea, automotive, public transit and new sharing platforms) is part of everyone’s lives. It shapes our social interactions, our work and our leisure. It is bound to the economy and has a deep impact on our environment.

Transport is changing. Innovation is touching it at every level, whether technological innovation, e.g.:
  • -  ultra-low emission vehicles
-  artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles
  • -  decentralised systems for payments and operations
  • -  industry 4.0 and 5G connectivity
  • or social trend, e.g.:
  • -  digital management of lifestyle and transportation
  • -  openness in sharing personal data
  • -  willingness to share transport resources
  • -  using mobility services rather than owning vehicles

  • TravelSpirit Foundation seeks to focus transport innovation on the public good; to be environmentally positive (e.g. reducing air pollution, CO2 emissions and encouraging a circular economy within the vehicle manufacturing and civil engineering sectors) and to maximise social equity and universal access (e.g. affordable transportation).
  • It advocates openness and high ethical standards within the transportation industry, with transparent decision making and the involvement of diverse groups and stakeholders to shape transport for the public and environmental good.
  • It engages in but is not limited to the following activities to promote its agenda:

  • Research and Policy Development
  • Advocacy, education and promotion
  • Practical support for transport innovations at a local level
  • Developing networks of like-minded individuals and organisations – the “TravelSpirit Community” – see www.travelspirit.io
  • Fundraising for the Internet of Mobility – see http://travelspirit.foundation/internet- of-mobility/  


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Call for contributions/comments/validation of community support for TSio Protocol and the Internet of Mobility

Si Ho <siho@...>
 

Dear HL Requirements WG

I have joined this list, on the recommendation of Marta Piekarska and Daniela Barbosa,  to help validate, and indeed evolve, the relevance to the HyperLedger Community, of the activities of the TravelSpirit Foundation, and in particular our proposals for the Internet of Mobility and advocacy of the TSio Protocol. 

This activity forms part of our application to become a not-for-profit associate member of HyperLedger.

In summary:

+ We started off 21 months ago, with founding support from Transport for Greater Manchester,  as an open-source project for transportation, under the fiduciary hosting of Public Software CIC https://publicsoftware.eu/ 
+ Since then we have developed into an organisation with a broader ambition, while still, at our heart, advocating open-source solutions - see www.travelspirit.foundation and a summary below my email signature. 
+Through this broader ambition and inclusive approach, we have developed a strong community following - see www.travelspirit.io - and having established in the UK, are now developing regional nodes in Turin, Toronto, Portland, Singapore and Cape Town.
+ We are now campaigning for the Internet of Mobility, and have incubated the TSio Protocol project, which we intend to commence fundraising for via a valid crowdsale based upon an ERC20 compliant token, the TSio. We are naturally open to other sources of funding, donations and in-kind contributions to the project, but see the ICO as the necessary spearhead to gain the necessary initial momentum.

To indicate our future intent to launch an ICO, we are intending to publish the attached WhitePaper by the end of the week - with the hope of securing further contributions from the Future Cities Catapult, Open Data Institute and the HyperLedger Community, before doing so 
 

Following whitepaper publication, we then envisage a community-driven approach to developing the technical requirements for TSio Protocol ahead of an ICO - and this is where I am keen to engage with the Hyperledger community in this efforts, as well as identifying within the community potential “Minimum Viable Community” partners.

I very much look forward to hearing back from you all - and happy to spin up a Google Docs version of the WhitePaper if this is preferred.

Forwards together, 
Si Ho

Simon Ho
Chairman
TravelSpirit Foundation
Mobile:  +44(0)7977 137824
Web: travelspirit.foundation  
Email: siho@...  
    

About TravelSpirit Foundation

Transport (air, sea, automotive, public transit and new sharing platforms) is part of everyone’s lives. It shapes our social interactions, our work and our leisure. It is bound to the economy and has a deep impact on our environment.

Transport is changing. Innovation is touching it at every level, whether technological innovation, e.g.:
  • -  ultra-low emission vehicles
-  artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles
  • -  decentralised systems for payments and operations
  • -  industry 4.0 and 5G connectivity
  • or social trend, e.g.:
  • -  digital management of lifestyle and transportation
  • -  openness in sharing personal data
  • -  willingness to share transport resources
  • -  using mobility services rather than owning vehicles

  • TravelSpirit Foundation seeks to focus transport innovation on the public good; to be environmentally positive (e.g. reducing air pollution, CO2 emissions and encouraging a circular economy within the vehicle manufacturing and civil engineering sectors) and to maximise social equity and universal access (e.g. affordable transportation).
  • It advocates openness and high ethical standards within the transportation industry, with transparent decision making and the involvement of diverse groups and stakeholders to shape transport for the public and environmental good.
  • It engages in but is not limited to the following activities to promote its agenda:

  • Research and Policy Development
  • Advocacy, education and promotion
  • Practical support for transport innovations at a local level
  • Developing networks of like-minded individuals and organisations – the “TravelSpirit Community” – see www.travelspirit.io
  • Fundraising for the Internet of Mobility – see http://travelspirit.foundation/internet- of-mobility/  


Minutes from Monday, November 27th bi-weekly Call

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

The minutes from today’s Requirements Working Group bi-weekly call are here:


-Clive


Minutes from Monday, November 13th bi-weekly Call

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

The minutes from today’s Requirements Working Group bi-weekly call are here:


Clive


Minutes from Monday, October 30th bi-weekly Call

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

The minutes from today’s Requirements Working Group bi-weekly call are here:   https://wiki.hyperledger.org/groups/requirements/requirements-wg/minutes?&#october_30th_2017

Thank you all for attending.


-Clive




Minutes from Monday, October 16th

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

The minutes from Monday's Requirements Working Group bi-weekly are here:

-Clive


Digital ERP financial metadata and Hyperledger blockchain

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 


Minutes from Monday, October 2nd

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

Brian and Marta challenged and supported the ReqWG to foster more open source Hyperledger apps by helping blockchain people get working together. We've started along this path, recording available....   

The minutes from Monday's Requirements Working Group bi-weekly are here:

-Clive


Minutes from Monday, September 17th

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

The minutes from today's Requirements Working Group bi-weekly are here:  

Please take our survey to help us accelerate requirements for Hyperledger apps http://bit.ly/2pKKaKR

-Clive Boulton


Bi-weekly Monday, Sept 18 - 1 pm EST / 10 am PST

clive boulton <clive.boulton@...>
 

Hello,

Brian Behlendorf visited our bi-weekly call and challenged us to work together on requirements and sample code to allow applications across different Hyperledger projects. For example Hyperledger Composer for smart contact apps works on Hyperledger Fabric but not on Hyperledger Sawtooth. Today we will discuss your requirements, how we can work together.

To get us started Victor's group has been working on and built a benchmarking project working across different blockchains named Caliper here: https://github.com/Huawei-OSG/caliper

Bi-weekly call is at top of the hour. Call in is via Uberconference. Details here:  
-Clive 


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