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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)

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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)

 

```

 

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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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Setting up a network for SPDX/Zephyr/Hyperledger

Ry Jones
 

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


Groups.io Migration Notification

Brendan OSullivan <bosullivan@...>
 

Greetings Hyperledger community!

The Linux Foundation has connected with a new vendor called Groups.io, which provides mailing list services in a simple but modern interface. Groups.io offers all of the capabilities of our existing Mailman mailing service plus additional community tools that make it an exceptional service solution.

We are planning to migrate your existing mailing list archives and user lists to Groups.io on April 18th starting at 9:30am PST.

The migration will include details on subscriber preferences and owner or moderator privileges.

During the migration window you will still be able to access the archives, however the delivery of messages sent to the mailing lists during this window will be delayed until after the migration of the archives and list members are complete. We will turn off new list signups during the migration window, then this functionality will be restored once it is complete.


FAQs

What are the key differences between Mailman and Groups.io?

  • Groups.io has a modern interface, robust user security model, and interactive, searchable archives
  • Groups.io provides advanced features including muting threads and integrations with modern tools like GitHub, Slack, and Trello
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How is the experience different for me as a list moderator or participant?

In many ways, it is very much the same. You will still find the main group at your existing URL and sub-groups equate to the more focused mailing lists based on the community’s needs. Here is an example of main group and sub-group URL patterns, and their respective emails:

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What is different is Groups.io’s simple but highly functional UI that will make the experience of moderating or participating in the community discussions more enjoyable.

If you’d like to learn more about using Groups.io , please reference their help documentation. If you need assistance with Groups.io, please email helpdesk@... for The Linux Foundation’s helpdesk.


Cheers!
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Helpdesk Analyst


Detailed Balance Energy Tracking and Transactions on Hyperledger

Murat Okandan
 

We are developing a next-gen solar product with deeply embedded ICs and firmware that enables blockchain functionality.  We would like to engage interested developers and partners to build the framework around this capability to support tracking, validation and transactions around energy generation, storage and use.  This framework can further support local transactions for a wide range of applications and link to other blockchain enabled services, either as private or public ledgers.  Once we have attracted sufficient developer interest, we will be looking for a sponsor to bring this to Hyperledger Labs.  Tracy Kuhrt (Community Architect, Hyperledger) has provided an initial review.

Please contact mokandan@... for further information.


Murat Okandan, Ph.D.
CEO/CTO, Founder




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