Proposed Hyperledger PSWG Agenda for Tuesday 01-October-2019, 9 AM EDT


mark wagner <mwagner@...>
 

<tl;dr>
We will hear about a soon to be proposed project, called Hyperledger Beam, at least for now...


Hi
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hat do we need from you?

Support, we are a up and coming start up and we are looking to introduce a test-net written in Python for merely testing purposes. If anyone has the time to pitch in please do not hesitate to e-mail us back so that we can proceed to implement Hyperledger Beam

As reminder the call is open to everyone and all are encouraged to attend. You do not need to be a member of Hyperledger to participate.

We will use the Zoom number -  https://zoom.us/j/4034983298


Topics we should cover:

1) Antitrust notice -- Please make sure you are in compliance with the notice before the meeting

2) Welcome  / introductions for new folks on the call

3) A discussion of an upcoming Hyperledger Project proposal, currently dubbed Hyperledger Beam. From the author:

Below you will see an PDF attachment on what Hyperledger Beam is and with your support we hope to be able to bridge the gap that allows organizations to set up a secure and scalable blockchain at the click of only a few buttons. Our methods would easily allow for mass adoption in a scalable, secure, fee-less, privacy controlled environment. After reading the PDF introduction we encourage you to read the below 2 medium links.



The first one being a introduction to out MVP which allows for blockchains to scale and be secure at the same time, while the second one talks more about how other projects are trying to achieve the same results as we are and their flaws.
 
4) The Working Group Task Force seems to recommending killing all Working Groups and looking to reboot a few select WGs as a Tasks Force. We could potentially switch to a SIG.

https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/TF/Working+Group+Task+Force

Be sure to click through the sublinks. Feel free to add comments, etc.

5)  Other topics ?
  Please feel free to "reply all" if you have anything.

4) The Working Group Task Force seems to recommending killing all Working Groups and looking to reboot a few select WGs as a Tasks Force. We could potentially switch to a SIG.

https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/TF/Working+Group+Task+Force

Be sure to click through the sublinks. Feel free to add comments, etc.

5)  Other topics ?
  Please feel free to "reply all" if you have anything.

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Mark Wagner
Senior Principal Software Engineer
Performance and Scalability
Red Hat, Inc

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