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Hyperledger Project Update

Project

Project Health

The state of the Sawtooth is good. We continue to ride the momentum from the production release earlier this year. Commit traffic is strong and diverse. New features:

Issues

  • Disconnection between TSC and projects may be improving.
  • Not plugged into HL meetups
  • One maintainer reported he was rejected from accessing the project page managed by LF.
  • Our latest bug fix (1.0.5) was delayed due to competing priorities.
  • Slight increase in PR backlog given increase submissions

Releases

1.0.4 May - bug fixes 1.0.5 July TBD - bug fixes 1.0.6 July/Aug - doc updates & bug fixes 1.1-RC1 Aug - Developer Preview

Overall Activity in the Past Quarter

  • Chat activity continues to increase.
  • listserv traffic remains light.
  • Very positive reaction to Application Developer weekly calls.
  • * We are adding an Asia-friendly timeslot.

Current Plans

Sawtooth 1.1 targeting August timeframe to include

  • Performance enhancements via Rust port
  • Raft (also performance)
  • PoET2
  • PBFT (tbd)

Maintainer Diversity

Required Please include the maintainers that were added since your last report. This information will allow us to track the diversity and growth of the maintainers of the project. NOTE: If no maintainers were added since your last report, provide the list of existing maintainers.

Contributor Diversity

Required A healthy project should survive the departure of any single contributor or employer of contributors. Healthy projects also serve needs of many parties. Include information on the number of unique organizations currently contributing to the project. NOTE: The contributions do not need to be source code.

Additional Information

Optional Please provide any additional information that you feel would be useful for TSC to be aware.

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