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Hyperledger Sawtooth https://sawtooth.hyperledger.org/examples/
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 are being developed and released.
Sawtooth added a governance/RFC process to accommodate the growing community interest: [https://github.com/hyperledger/sawtooth-rfcs]
See community calendar [https://wiki.hyperledger.org/community/calendar-public-meetings] for occurrences of our
Sawtooth 1.1 targeting August timeframe to include
See RFCs for descriptions for PoET2, PBFT, Sabre (wasm) and others.
Note that the SDKs are splitting out into their own repos.
Bitwise has eclipsed Intel in the maintainer count. Overall Sawtooth governance is now established under our RFC process as noted above.
Editing this wiki is a good way to learn what the web felt like in 1998.