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Re: Decentralized 5G Marketplaces based on Hyperledger Fabric - Thurs, Nov 19 at 9 AM pacific

David Boswell
 

For anyone who missed today's presentation about Decentralized 5G Marketplaces based on Hyperledger Fabric the recording is available on the wiki at:


Thanks,
David


On Thu, Nov 19, 2020 at 7:16 AM David Boswell via lists.hyperledger.org <dboswell=linuxfoundation.org@...> wrote:
As a reminder, today at 9AM pacific Nima Afraz, Postdoctoral Researcher at CONNECT Center, Trinity College Dublin, is going to talk about how Hyperledger Fabric could facilitate the implementation of a distributed marketplace for 5G network infrastructure sharing which does not rely on a central source of trust.  All are welcome to join.


Thanks,
David

On Thu, Nov 12, 2020 at 9:26 AM David Boswell <dboswell@...> wrote:
Nima Afraz, Postdoctoral Researcher at CONNECT Center, Trinity College Dublin, is going to be at next week's Telecom SIG call to talk about how Hyperledger Fabric could facilitate the implementation of a distributed marketplace for 5G network infrastructure sharing which does not rely on a central source of trust.

Please plan to attend this discussion and also help us share about this with people in your network.  You can share a tweet about this or share any of the event details below.

* Tweet: https://twitter.com/Hyperledger/status/1326932776231211010

* Time: Thursday, November 19th at 9 AM Pacific / 17:00 UTC

* Dial-in: https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community?pwd=STZQd0xMZU9xRVVOVnpQM3JNQ2dqZz09

* Event page: https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/TCSIG/2020+November+Event+with+CONNECT+Center

Thanks,
David


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Re: Decentralized 5G Marketplaces based on Hyperledger Fabric - Thurs, Nov 19 at 9 AM pacific

David Boswell
 

As a reminder, today at 9AM pacific Nima Afraz, Postdoctoral Researcher at CONNECT Center, Trinity College Dublin, is going to talk about how Hyperledger Fabric could facilitate the implementation of a distributed marketplace for 5G network infrastructure sharing which does not rely on a central source of trust.  All are welcome to join.


Thanks,
David


On Thu, Nov 12, 2020 at 9:26 AM David Boswell <dboswell@...> wrote:
Nima Afraz, Postdoctoral Researcher at CONNECT Center, Trinity College Dublin, is going to be at next week's Telecom SIG call to talk about how Hyperledger Fabric could facilitate the implementation of a distributed marketplace for 5G network infrastructure sharing which does not rely on a central source of trust.

Please plan to attend this discussion and also help us share about this with people in your network.  You can share a tweet about this or share any of the event details below.

* Tweet: https://twitter.com/Hyperledger/status/1326932776231211010

* Time: Thursday, November 19th at 9 AM Pacific / 17:00 UTC

* Dial-in: https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community?pwd=STZQd0xMZU9xRVVOVnpQM3JNQ2dqZz09

* Event page: https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/TCSIG/2020+November+Event+with+CONNECT+Center

Thanks,
David


Telecom SIG main meeting - Thu, 11/19/2020 9:00am-10:00am #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Telecom SIG main meeting

When: Thursday, 19 November 2020, 9:00am to 10:00am, (GMT-08:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community?pwd=STZQd0xMZU9xRVVOVnpQM3JNQ2dqZz09

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Decentralized 5G Marketplaces based on Hyperledger Fabric - Thurs, Nov 19 at 9 AM pacific

David Boswell
 

Nima Afraz, Postdoctoral Researcher at CONNECT Center, Trinity College Dublin, is going to be at next week's Telecom SIG call to talk about how Hyperledger Fabric could facilitate the implementation of a distributed marketplace for 5G network infrastructure sharing which does not rely on a central source of trust.

Please plan to attend this discussion and also help us share about this with people in your network.  You can share a tweet about this or share any of the event details below.

* Tweet: https://twitter.com/Hyperledger/status/1326932776231211010

* Time: Thursday, November 19th at 9 AM Pacific / 17:00 UTC

* Dial-in: https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community?pwd=STZQd0xMZU9xRVVOVnpQM3JNQ2dqZz09

* Event page: https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/TCSIG/2020+November+Event+with+CONNECT+Center

Thanks,
David


IoT White Paper (Final Round of Review)

Afraz Nima <nafraz@...>
 

Hi All,
As we agreed in the meeting I’m adding the link to the paper here. Please feel free to add any final comments you have regarding the paper so we can finalise it in the next meeting.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UP0DhQBcfPK4cfxLIpDDxAWPwxBUkGTVN8hc7SfBm1c/edit?usp=sharing


Nima Afraz
Postdoctoral Researcher,
CONNECT / The Centre for Future Networks and Communication
Trinity College Dublin
The University of Dublin
PGP: B97E 9964 ACAD 1907 970D  37CC 8A9E 3745 558E 41AF







Re: media players / music

Jérôme Pons <jerome.pons@...>
 

Dear all,

Thank you David & David for your feedbacks.

Please find below a paper I have written about "Blockchains and smart contracts in the culture and entertainment business" focusing on music, cinema and video industries :
or

Here is a part of the conclusion :
" A blockchain helps solve familiar problems in recorded music, such as matching the ISRC and ISWC codes. For this purpose, three copyright collection organizations (ASCAP in the United States, PRS for Music in the United Kingdom and SACEM in France) formed a partnership with IBM in April 2017, a partnership based on Hyperledger Fabric. Out of this project might emerge smart contracts for automatically assigning a pair of ISRC/ISWC codes and simplifying the management of royalties."

Best regards,

Jérôme Pons

musicwontstop.com

dicodamo.org

Le ven. 25 sept. 2020 à 17:33, David Boswell <dboswell@...> a écrit :
Jerome,

This is really helpful -- thanks for providing these details about what has been happening in this space.

One thought -- would you and David be interested in writing a blog post about blockchain and music to share out this information and talk about where we could go from here and see if there are others in the community who may want to collaborate on a project that builds on what's happened so far?

If there are others who are also interested, and I think there would be, perhaps this could be a group that wants to work on a Hyperledger Labs project or work together on something else, like maybe a longer form document that explores these music related use cases?

Thanks,
David

On Thu, Sep 24, 2020 at 9:43 PM Jerome Pons <contact@...> wrote:
Dear David & David,
 
Thank you for these inputs about Hyperledger Fabric implementation in the music industry.
 
First of all I would like to highlight the report Rethink music, published in July 2015, that made all the music tech people turn to blockchain technology (me included !). The report clearly explains why blockchain technology is a solution for rights management (copyright, neighboring rights).
 
Following this report, Imogen Heap (founder of Mycelia for Music), started in October 2015 an experimentation with Ujo Music (ConsenSys) for delivering a streaming / download of the track "Tiny Human" and managing rights, not on Hyperledger Fabric, but on Ethereum. This experimentation brought the proof of concept.
 
In 2017, copyright management organisations started experimenting blockchain technology for copyright management, on one side Ascap (US), PRS for Music (UK) and Sacem (France) based on Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 and on the other side Socan (Canada) based on Hyperledger Sawtooth (Dot Blockchain Music appeared as a consulting company in this project).
 
For the first side, the objective was to register some couple of identifiers (musical work identifier, recorded music identifier) on Hyperledger Fabric so that when a recorded music is streamed on a music streaming platform (e.g. Spotify), the copyright management organisation can easily lookup the musical work identifier, leading to rights holders. Last time I discussed with the team in charge of this project, 75 000 couples of identifiers were on the blockchain, a chaincode was generated for each couple, and the team was questioning scalability.
 
In November 2019, Clefpay startup presented an MVP where Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 was used for storing the royalty split between right holders. The lead developer shares some technical information on LinkedIn.

I've been scouting blockchain implementations in the music industry for 5 years and I do not see other projects where Hyperledger Fabric is used by streaming platforms.

From a design point of view, some implementations migrated from Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 to 2.0 or Hyperledger Besu, others from Ethereum to privatised Ethereum or Quorum or Hyperledger Besu.

I hope these thoughts helped.

Thank you in advance for your feedbacks.

Best regards,

Jérôme Pons

musicwontstop.com

dicodamo.org


Telecom SIG main meeting - Thu, 11/05/2020 9:00am-10:00am #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Telecom SIG main meeting

When: Thursday, 5 November 2020, 9:00am to 10:00am, (GMT-08:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community?pwd=STZQd0xMZU9xRVVOVnpQM3JNQ2dqZz09

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Description: Meeting agendas can be found at: https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/TCSIG/Meetings

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Telecom SIG main meeting - Thu, 10/22/2020 9:00am-10:00am #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Telecom SIG main meeting

When: Thursday, 22 October 2020, 9:00am to 10:00am, (GMT-07:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community?pwd=STZQd0xMZU9xRVVOVnpQM3JNQ2dqZz09

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Webinar today

Marta Piekarska <mpiekarska@...>
 

Dear Telecom SIG!
Today (wednesday) at 7am PST//4PM CET we will be having a webinar from TechMahindra on "Unsolicited Commercial Communication (UCC): Leveraging Blockchain To Solve The ‘Great 1 Bn Telecom Problem’ ". Please register here:
https://bit.ly/TechMachindraWebinar
Looking forward to seeing you there!
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Call for nominations for new Vice Chair role for the Telecom SIG

Vipin RATHI
 

Dear SIG members

As we talked about on the last Telecom SIG call, I'd like to create a vice-chair role for this group.  This will give us more support with moving forward with the different projects that this group is interested in doing, such as writing more about the work of the group and bringing more guest speakers to this group.

If you would be interested in the vice-chair role, please feel free to write back to this email or write me back directly.  We can leave the nomination process open for a couple of weeks to give people time to consider and write back.  In terms of a commitment, this would only require 2 or 3 hours a week.
 
Thanks,
Vipin


Re: Did anyone have any issues getting into the Telecom SIG call today?

David Boswell
 

Dimitar -- thanks for flagging that.  The correct link to the Telecom SIG's calendar is:


Thanks,
David


On Fri, Oct 9, 2020 at 6:41 AM Dimitar Ivanov <dimitar.ivanov@...> wrote:
Strange, but the link you've posted leads to Climate SIG calendar.


Re: Did anyone have any issues getting into the Telecom SIG call today?

Dimitar Ivanov
 

Strange, but the link you've posted leads to Climate SIG calendar.


Did anyone have any issues getting into the Telecom SIG call today?

David Boswell
 

I wanted to see if anyone tried to dial in to the Telecom SIG call today and ran into issues that prevented you from getting in?  Zoom recently made some changes to accounts and we want to make sure that this isn't causing difficulties for people joining meetings.

If you did run into issues, please feel free to reply to this thread or write me back directly.  And you can also go to the group's calendar and add the updated meeting invitation to your calendar to replace the old one.  The calendar is at:


Thanks,
David


How Hyperledger Fabric is impacting the Telco, Media and Entertainment industry

David Boswell
 

A new blog post from the Telecom SIG has been posted to the Hyperledger blog at:


Please help share this out with your networks and with anyone interested in how blockchain is being used in the telecommunications industry.

Thank you to Utpal, Luca, Aman and Mathews for writing this post.  If anyone else is interested in writing another post about blockchain in telecom, let me know and I can connect you to our PR lead.

Thanks,
David


Telecom SIG main meeting - Thu, 10/08/2020 9:00am-10:00am #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Telecom SIG main meeting

When: Thursday, 8 October 2020, 9:00am to 10:00am, (GMT-07:00) America/Los Angeles

Where:https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community?pwd=STZQd0xMZU9xRVVOVnpQM3JNQ2dqZz09

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Updated Event: Telecom SIG main meeting #cal-invite

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Telecom SIG main meeting

When:
Thursday, 13 August 2020
9:00am to 10:00am
(UTC-07:00) America/Los Angeles
Repeats: Every 2 weeks on Thursday

Where:
https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community?pwd=STZQd0xMZU9xRVVOVnpQM3JNQ2dqZz09

Description:
Meeting agendas can be found at: https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/TCSIG/Meetings

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Re: media players / music

David Boswell
 

Jerome,

This is really helpful -- thanks for providing these details about what has been happening in this space.

One thought -- would you and David be interested in writing a blog post about blockchain and music to share out this information and talk about where we could go from here and see if there are others in the community who may want to collaborate on a project that builds on what's happened so far?

If there are others who are also interested, and I think there would be, perhaps this could be a group that wants to work on a Hyperledger Labs project or work together on something else, like maybe a longer form document that explores these music related use cases?

Thanks,
David


On Thu, Sep 24, 2020 at 9:43 PM Jerome Pons <contact@...> wrote:
Dear David & David,
 
Thank you for these inputs about Hyperledger Fabric implementation in the music industry.
 
First of all I would like to highlight the report Rethink music, published in July 2015, that made all the music tech people turn to blockchain technology (me included !). The report clearly explains why blockchain technology is a solution for rights management (copyright, neighboring rights).
 
Following this report, Imogen Heap (founder of Mycelia for Music), started in October 2015 an experimentation with Ujo Music (ConsenSys) for delivering a streaming / download of the track "Tiny Human" and managing rights, not on Hyperledger Fabric, but on Ethereum. This experimentation brought the proof of concept.
 
In 2017, copyright management organisations started experimenting blockchain technology for copyright management, on one side Ascap (US), PRS for Music (UK) and Sacem (France) based on Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 and on the other side Socan (Canada) based on Hyperledger Sawtooth (Dot Blockchain Music appeared as a consulting company in this project).
 
For the first side, the objective was to register some couple of identifiers (musical work identifier, recorded music identifier) on Hyperledger Fabric so that when a recorded music is streamed on a music streaming platform (e.g. Spotify), the copyright management organisation can easily lookup the musical work identifier, leading to rights holders. Last time I discussed with the team in charge of this project, 75 000 couples of identifiers were on the blockchain, a chaincode was generated for each couple, and the team was questioning scalability.
 
In November 2019, Clefpay startup presented an MVP where Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 was used for storing the royalty split between right holders. The lead developer shares some technical information on LinkedIn.

I've been scouting blockchain implementations in the music industry for 5 years and I do not see other projects where Hyperledger Fabric is used by streaming platforms.

From a design point of view, some implementations migrated from Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 to 2.0 or Hyperledger Besu, others from Ethereum to privatised Ethereum or Quorum or Hyperledger Besu.

I hope these thoughts helped.

Thank you in advance for your feedbacks.

Best regards,

Jérôme Pons

musicwontstop.com

dicodamo.org


Re: media players / music

Jerome Pons
 

Dear David & David,
 
Thank you for these inputs about Hyperledger Fabric implementation in the music industry.
 
First of all I would like to highlight the report Rethink music, published in July 2015, that made all the music tech people turn to blockchain technology (me included !). The report clearly explains why blockchain technology is a solution for rights management (copyright, neighboring rights).
 
Following this report, Imogen Heap (founder of Mycelia for Music), started in October 2015 an experimentation with Ujo Music (ConsenSys) for delivering a streaming / download of the track "Tiny Human" and managing rights, not on Hyperledger Fabric, but on Ethereum. This experimentation brought the proof of concept.
 
In 2017, copyright management organisations started experimenting blockchain technology for copyright management, on one side Ascap (US), PRS for Music (UK) and Sacem (France) based on Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 and on the other side Socan (Canada) based on Hyperledger Sawtooth (Dot Blockchain Music appeared as a consulting company in this project).
 
For the first side, the objective was to register some couple of identifiers (musical work identifier, recorded music identifier) on Hyperledger Fabric so that when a recorded music is streamed on a music streaming platform (e.g. Spotify), the copyright management organisation can easily lookup the musical work identifier, leading to rights holders. Last time I discussed with the team in charge of this project, 75 000 couples of identifiers were on the blockchain, a chaincode was generated for each couple, and the team was questioning scalability.
 
In November 2019, Clefpay startup presented an MVP where Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 was used for storing the royalty split between right holders. The lead developer shares some technical information on LinkedIn.

I've been scouting blockchain implementations in the music industry for 5 years and I do not see other projects where Hyperledger Fabric is used by streaming platforms.

From a design point of view, some implementations migrated from Hyperledger Fabric 1.4 to 2.0 or Hyperledger Besu, others from Ethereum to privatised Ethereum or Quorum or Hyperledger Besu.

I hope these thoughts helped.

Thank you in advance for your feedbacks.

Best regards,

Jérôme Pons

musicwontstop.com

dicodamo.org


Re: Tech Mahindra presenting to Telecom SIG this Thurs, Sep 24 about using Fabric to fight spam calls

David Boswell
 

The discussion about how Tech Mahindra is using Hyperledger Fabric to fight spam calls in India is starting in a little over an hour at 9:00 AM pacific.  You can dial-in to that at:


Thanks,
David


On Tue, Sep 22, 2020 at 8:39 AM David Boswell <dboswell@...> wrote:
On the TCSIG call on Thursday, September 24 at 9AM pacific we'll have a guest speaker from Tech Mahindra who will share how they're using Hyperledger Fabric to fight spam calls.  There is a page for the event on the wiki at:


You can dial-in to the call at:


And please help us spread the word about the event. You can share the following tweet about the call with your networks.


Thanks,
David

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