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groups:public-sector-wg:notes_2018_07_20_pswg [2018/08/27 16:10] (current)
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 +Hyperledger Project\\
 +Public Sector Working Group (PSWG) Meeting\\
 +July 20, 2018 \\
 +Chat:  https://​​channel/​public-sector-wg (you can use your LFID to login)\\
 +Github: ​ https://​​hyperledger\\
 +Wiki:  https://​\\
 +PSWG Wiki: https://​​groups/​public-sector-wg/​public-sector-wg \\
 +Public lists: ​ https://​\\
 +Meetings: ​ https://​​community/​calendar-public-meetings \\
 +Hyperledger class: [[https://​​course/​blockchain-business-introduction-linuxfoundationx-lfs171x-0|Blockchain for Business - An Introduction to Hyperledger Technologies]]
 +Linux Foundation Antitrust reminder: https://​​antitrust-policy\\
 +Meeting Notes\\
 +     *Rose is the new chair, if others are interested in other positions in the working group, let her know
 +     *John from BC Canada is about 6 weeks from lauch, will share in two weeks to show work in progress
 +     ​*Update on Hyperledger Global Forum, proposal submitted for panel
 +     * First group project - highest value project?
 +          *John from BC - strongly pursuing ID, trusted digital identification for citizens and businesses, back by government trust, like in paper world - they are using hyperledger indy and have been for 1 year - 
 +          *Trust frameworks - how do establish trust with members of the network
 +What is going on in the identity working group? Can we learn from them? How to build a functioning group of interrelated actors who are unknown to each other 
 +          *Hyperledger Indy has an identity module - credible, not complete system, look at their gaps, business / healthcare / insurance, provide solution
 +          *How to we help actors in the economy with this new technology, how can we get gov’ts to adopt it, biggest problem in europe is immigration,​ how do we know who we are talking to, how to we track people across europe, 28 countries, how does each those silo information about borders, perfect space for blockchain.
 +          *Canada - big problem is homelessness,​ corporations are buying real estate and we don’t know who owns that property
 +     *We need to be able to explain blockchain to non-technical government people - Bobbi will put together a few resources
 +     *New members, building momentum
 +          *how to increase membership? Who can we invite personally? More collaboration
 +          *need marketing materials at Global Forum in December
 +          *what would it take to make anyone in the group interested in sharing the group?
 +               ​*Discuss on email or chat please
groups/public-sector-wg/notes_2018_07_20_pswg.txt · Last modified: 2018/08/27 16:10 by Jennifer DeVivo