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#SharedCrypto team-specific hack-a-thon? #SharedCrypto

David Huseby <dhuseby@...>
 

Hi Crypto-Lib Team,

We're busy building the 2019 budget and I was considering setting
aside some money so that HL could pay for space/snacks/swag for doing
crypto-lib specific hack-a-thons that coincide with events such as
Real World Crypto. Since we're all likely to be attending these
conferences, it might make sense to take advantage of that and get
some space for us to meet in during the evenings or the day after the
event.

I'm looking for feedback from the rest of you on if you think it is a
good idea and a good use of HL resources. Please respond ASAP.

Cheers!
Dave
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David Huseby
Security Maven, Hyperledger
The Linux Foundation
+1-206-234-2392
dhuseby@linuxfoundation.org


#SharedCrypto crypto-lib meeting tomorrow CANCELLED #SharedCrypto

Hart Montgomery
 

Hi Everyone,

 

I’m cancelling tomorrow’s crypto-lib meeting due to the fact that a large amount of our regular participants will be attending the Montreal hackfest.  I hope that we can come out of the meetings with a proposal for incubation ready to submit to the TSC.

 

Hope you all are doing well, and talk to everyone either tomorrow at the hackfest or in two weeks.

 

Thanks,

Hart


Re: #SharedCrypto crypto-lib meeting tomorrow #SharedCrypto

Middleton, Dan
 

Thanks for wrangling this, Hart.

Not sure if I can make it to today’s call. In case I can’t I’ve added a couple comments in the proposal.

As further high-level thoughts, though, it might be helpful to get more concrete on scope.

I think what we have is 2 sub-projects or feature areas. A signature library and z-mix. We should reference some kind of spec for each.

 

As the third tier is explicitly labs, we may as well be clear it’s out of scope of this “project”.  The lab has its own process and the project can elect to adopt lab code at the right time.

 

Other high-level thing is we should think about this project proposal with developer hats on.

 

Thanks,

Dan

 

From: <labs@...> on behalf of "hmontgomery@..." <hmontgomery@...>
Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 8:46 PM
To: "labs@..." <labs@...>
Subject: [Hyperledger Labs] #SharedCrypto crypto-lib meeting tomorrow

 

Hi Everyone,

 

This is just a reminder for tomorrow’s crypto-lib meeting.  Currently we have on the agenda:

 

  1. Discuss the project proposal document:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JtFT5L-82egj6shgGXzTsNAg6_UHuMheKfsst6NS_Xo/edit?usp=sharing .  Please read through this if you haven’t already.
  2. Modular hash functions (and symmetric primitives) for region compatibility.  People using Hyperledger in China are required to use government-approved cryptographic algorithms.  We need to discuss how to best deal with this.
  3. Updates and questions from the devs on z-mix and the shared signature library.

 

Thanks a lot for your time, and I hope to hear from many of you tomorrow.

 

Thanks,

Hart


#SharedCrypto crypto-lib meeting tomorrow #SharedCrypto

Hart Montgomery
 

Hi Everyone,

 

This is just a reminder for tomorrow’s crypto-lib meeting.  Currently we have on the agenda:

 

1.       Discuss the project proposal document:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JtFT5L-82egj6shgGXzTsNAg6_UHuMheKfsst6NS_Xo/edit?usp=sharing .  Please read through this if you haven’t already.

2.       Modular hash functions (and symmetric primitives) for region compatibility.  People using Hyperledger in China are required to use government-approved cryptographic algorithms.  We need to discuss how to best deal with this.

3.       Updates and questions from the devs on z-mix and the shared signature library.

 

Thanks a lot for your time, and I hope to hear from many of you tomorrow.

 

Thanks,

Hart


#SharedCrypto Updated Project Proposal Document #SharedCrypto

Hart Montgomery
 

Hi Everyone,

 

I’ve updated the project proposal document for crypto-lib.  Please take a look and tell me what you think.  I believe it reflects the current status of the work being done, as well as what we have discussed.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JtFT5L-82egj6shgGXzTsNAg6_UHuMheKfsst6NS_Xo/edit?usp=sharing

 

If you’d like edit privileges, please email me and I’ll add you.

 

Thanks, and have a great day.

 

Hart


Re: #SharedCrypto meetings at the Montreal Hackfest #SharedCrypto

max huang <MAX@...>
 

I am based on Toronto. Can I remote in?

Max


From: labs@... <labs@...> on behalf of hmontgomery@... <hmontgomery@...>
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2018 11:29:18 AM
To: David Huseby; labs@...
Subject: Re: [Hyperledger Labs] #SharedCrypto meetings at the Montreal Hackfest
 
Hi Dave (and Everyone),

This sounds like a great idea.  I'd be happy to add an agenda item for next week's meeting.

In the meantime, I'm going to be updating the proposal for incubation.  I'll let everyone know when I have a draft of that that I think is worth public consumption.

Thanks,
Hart

-----Original Message-----
From: labs@... [mailto:labs@...] On Behalf Of David Huseby
Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2018 11:17 AM
To: labs@...
Subject: [Hyperledger Labs] #SharedCrypto meetings at the Montreal Hackfest

Hi Everybody,

I'd like to propose that we plan an agenda and series of meetings for when we're all together in Montreal in a few weeks. I'd like to see us answer some of our lingering questions and actually write some code to move the library forward while we're there. Make it a true hackfest and land patches.

Does anybody have topics they'd like to cover? Hart, will you add an agenda item for the next crypto-lib meeting to discuss the agenda for the hackfest?

Thanks,
Dave
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David Huseby
Security Maven, Hyperledger
The Linux Foundation
+1-206-234-2392
dhuseby@...







Re: #SharedCrypto meetings at the Montreal Hackfest #SharedCrypto

Hart Montgomery
 

Hi Dave (and Everyone),

This sounds like a great idea. I'd be happy to add an agenda item for next week's meeting.

In the meantime, I'm going to be updating the proposal for incubation. I'll let everyone know when I have a draft of that that I think is worth public consumption.

Thanks,
Hart

-----Original Message-----
From: labs@lists.hyperledger.org [mailto:labs@lists.hyperledger.org] On Behalf Of David Huseby
Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2018 11:17 AM
To: labs@lists.hyperledger.org
Subject: [Hyperledger Labs] #SharedCrypto meetings at the Montreal Hackfest

Hi Everybody,

I'd like to propose that we plan an agenda and series of meetings for when we're all together in Montreal in a few weeks. I'd like to see us answer some of our lingering questions and actually write some code to move the library forward while we're there. Make it a true hackfest and land patches.

Does anybody have topics they'd like to cover? Hart, will you add an agenda item for the next crypto-lib meeting to discuss the agenda for the hackfest?

Thanks,
Dave
---
David Huseby
Security Maven, Hyperledger
The Linux Foundation
+1-206-234-2392
dhuseby@linuxfoundation.org


#SharedCrypto meetings at the Montreal Hackfest #SharedCrypto

David Huseby <dhuseby@...>
 

Hi Everybody,

I'd like to propose that we plan an agenda and series of meetings for
when we're all together in Montreal in a few weeks. I'd like to see us
answer some of our lingering questions and actually write some code to
move the library forward while we're there. Make it a true hackfest
and land patches.

Does anybody have topics they'd like to cover? Hart, will you add an
agenda item for the next crypto-lib meeting to discuss the agenda for
the hackfest?

Thanks,
Dave
---
David Huseby
Security Maven, Hyperledger
The Linux Foundation
+1-206-234-2392
dhuseby@linuxfoundation.org


#SharedCrypto crypto-lib meeting tomorrow #SharedCrypto

Hart Montgomery
 

Hi Everyone,

 

This is just a reminder for tomorrow’s (today’s, for many of you) crypto-lib meeting.  The plan is the following:

 

1.        Continue the discussion on Z-mix from the Monday meeting on Z-mix (with a brief refresher for people that were not in attendance).

2.       Further discuss steps forward to incubation status.

3.       Discuss recent updates to and the status of the signing library.

 

Thanks a lot for your time, and have a great day.  I hope to speak to many of you tomorrow.

 

Thanks,

Hart


Invitation: Crypto lib discussion #sharedcrypto #crypto-lib @ Weekly from 8am to 9am on Monday (PDT) (labs@lists.hyperledger.org) #SharedCrypto

Ry Jones
 

Crypto lib discussion #sharedcrypto #crypto-lib

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#SharedCrypto Meeting Tomorrow #SharedCrypto

Hart Montgomery
 

Hi Everyone,

 

This is just a reminder for tomorrow’s shared crypto library meeting.  There are a few topics people have brought up for discussion:

 

1.       An update on Zmix.

2.       Discussion on when we can move forward to become a full project.

3.       An update on the parallel ZKLang/Zmix meeting that takes place on Mondays (and a call for action to join)

 

Please feel free to reply if I’ve missed something!  Looking forward to talking with many of you tomorrow.

 

Thanks,

Hart


#SharedCrypto crypto-lib Meeting Tomorrow #SharedCrypto

Hart Montgomery
 

Hi Everyone,

 

This is just a reminder email for the shared crypto-lib meeting tomorrow.  We have a lot of things to discuss, including:

 

1.       Recap of the discussion at the Amsterdam hackfest.

2.       Recent work on (and how we want to proceed with) Z-mix.

3.       How we want to handle moving forward with project incubation status.

4.       Anything else people want to discuss (the basic signing library)?

 

Discussion on any (hopefully nonempty) subset of these should mean a good meeting.  I hope to talk to many of you tomorrow!

 

Thanks,

Hart


#SharedCrypto #SharedCrypto

Hart Montgomery
 

The paper on SNARGs that I was referring to today that has a good explanation of non-falsifiable assumptions in the introduction:

 

https://eprint.iacr.org/2010/610.pdf

 

Thanks,

Hart


#SharedCrypto discussions hashtag for Labs mailing list #SharedCrypto

Hart Montgomery
 

Hi everyone,

 

Attached is the link to the crypto-lib meeting notes document.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Z_8o8k_PFRM4XfZyv9jH1_-IyN0CsCMI2JlrGsCX378/edit?usp=sharing

 

Thanks,

Hart

 

 

From: labs@... [mailto:labs@...] On Behalf Of Sean Bohan
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2018 5:41 AM
To: labs@...
Subject: [Hyperledger Labs] #SharedCrypto discussions hashtag for Labs mailing list

 

Folks working on the shared crypto library in the Labs mailing list:

 

I want to suggest we use the same hashtag for all messages concerning the Shared Crypto Lib until it gets PROJECT status (and it's own mailing list) so we can keep somewhat organized and allow us to point new contributors to if and when we transition to a mailing list.

 

For the time being, let's use:

 

#SharedCrypto

 

in the subject lines of our messages. See this example from the Healthcare team:

 

Using those hashtags allows that community to segment their conversations w/in the HC WG. 

 

If you forget to use that hashtag, your message may get lost over time (or missed by those routinely using the hashtag)

 

Thanks

 

- Sea 

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Community

Sovrin Foundation



#SharedCrypto discussions hashtag for Labs mailing list #SharedCrypto

Sean Bohan <sean.bohan@...>
 

Folks working on the shared crypto library in the Labs mailing list:

I want to suggest we use the same hashtag for all messages concerning the Shared Crypto Lib until it gets PROJECT status (and it's own mailing list) so we can keep somewhat organized and allow us to point new contributors to if and when we transition to a mailing list.

For the time being, let's use:

#SharedCrypto

in the subject lines of our messages. See this example from the Healthcare team:

Using those hashtags allows that community to segment their conversations w/in the HC WG. 

If you forget to use that hashtag, your message may get lost over time (or missed by those routinely using the hashtag)

Thanks

- Sea 
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Sean W. Bohan
Community
Sovrin Foundation



Re: Setting up a network for SPDX/Zephyr/Hyperledger

Sam F
 

Hi Mark,

Thanks, Mark for the pointers. Initially, by the end of Q2 2018, SParts release will only be utilizing PoET consensus algorithm. Moreover, by the end of Q3, we will release the SParts version with PoET-SGX support.

Regards,
Sameer

On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 1:45 PM, Mark Morris <mark.morris@...> wrote:
Hello Everyone,

Here is a link to a PDF of the slides I created and used for delivering last night’s meetup presentation titled: Software Parts Ledger: Blockchain Trust with Open Source across a SupplyChain

On the topic of SGX…the document contains slides I used to discuss the issues related to SGX. 

I have a link to a GitHub repo for a small C” program that will report a machine’s SGX capability and availability. I have compiled it and executed it successfully.

I hope this helps everyone to sort out the SGX use and deployment issues with locating machines that support the instruction set needed to fully employ PoET-SGX.

Mark Morris
CEO/CTO
Tarantula Technology, Inc.
“Professional Hyperledger Consulting & Development Services"


On May 24, 2018, at 6:32 PM, sameer.farooq@... wrote:

Hi Ry,

Sorry, I did not get your earlier notifications as I joined today.
 
As far as the ec2 instance sized m5.large is concerned, we can use sawtooth poet consensus algorithm, which doesn't require TEE. While on the other hand, sawtooth poet-SGX would require TEE.
 
We are still actively developing and will check in the code soon.

Regards,
Sameer



Re: Setting up a network for SPDX/Zephyr/Hyperledger

Mark Anthony Morris
 

Hello Everyone,

Here is a link to a PDF of the slides I created and used for delivering last night’s meetup presentation titled: Software Parts Ledger: Blockchain Trust with Open Source across a SupplyChain

On the topic of SGX…the document contains slides I used to discuss the issues related to SGX. 

I have a link to a GitHub repo for a small C” program that will report a machine’s SGX capability and availability. I have compiled it and executed it successfully.

I hope this helps everyone to sort out the SGX use and deployment issues with locating machines that support the instruction set needed to fully employ PoET-SGX.

Mark Morris
CEO/CTO
Tarantula Technology, Inc.
“Professional Hyperledger Consulting & Development Services"


On May 24, 2018, at 6:32 PM, sameer.farooq@... wrote:

Hi Ry,

Sorry, I did not get your earlier notifications as I joined today.
 
As far as the ec2 instance sized m5.large is concerned, we can use sawtooth poet consensus algorithm, which doesn't require TEE. While on the other hand, sawtooth poet-SGX would require TEE.
 
We are still actively developing and will check in the code soon.

Regards,
Sameer


Crypto-lib Meeting May 30

Middleton, Dan
 

Reminder we have a meeting Wed at 2-3pm GMT (8am PDT)

```

Agenda:

1. Common signing API (discuss proposed code from Indy perspective. Discuss differences between txn signing and block signing)

2. ZKLang next steps. (Please review slides from 4/18 meeting: http://researcher.watson.ibm.com/researcher/files/zurich-JCA/ZKLang%20-%20v4.pdf)

 

```

 

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community

 

 

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Or Telephone:

Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):

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Re: Setting up a network for SPDX/Zephyr/Hyperledger

Sam F
 

Hi Ry,

Sorry, I did not get your earlier notifications as I joined today.
 
As far as the ec2 instance sized m5.large is concerned, we can use sawtooth poet consensus algorithm, which doesn't require TEE. While on the other hand, sawtooth poet-SGX would require TEE.
 
We are still actively developing and will check in the code soon.

Regards,
Sameer


Re: Setting up a network for SPDX/Zephyr/Hyperledger

Ry Jones
 

I have received no feedback.

I noticed no code has been contributed:
Also, it looks like m5.large may not have SGX access.
Ry

On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 4:14 PM, Ry Jones <rjones@...> wrote:
All,
Wind River and LF have been having discussions about how to set up a network to allow SPDX[0] data to be put on-chain for the Zephyr[1] project. We'd like to use it for Hyperledger's SPDX data, as well.

Hyperledger is looking at using an m5.large instance to host our node. This will be using SParts[2][3].
Ry

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