As our incubated projects continue to mature, we’d like to update the community monthly on the progress we make. Below are updates on Blockchain Explorer, Fabric, Cello, Iroha and Sawtooth Lake during March.
- Latest architecture document is now available on wiki.hyperledger.org
- Created several Jira tickets required to complete the functionality
- Completed the initial setup using the latest architecture as proposed in the architecture document
- We published the v1.0-alpha release [1,2,3] of Fabric, Fabric-ca and Fabric-sdk-node. Work now pivots towards testing, bug fixing and further hardening of the release. The maintainers will publish periodic releases as the code further stabilizes.
- The TSC also approved incubation of a new Fabric SDK for Go. That project will be on-boarded shortly.
- There is an active proposal to incubate the Fabric-Composer project, but the TSC needs another week of review and discussion. There seems to be interest beyond Fabric that warrants exploration.
- Planning for a “connect-a-thon” across multiple cloud providers – one that demonstrates that Fabric can be deployed to multiple cloud platforms and integrated into a highly distributed and heterogeneous consortia network – is under way with a number of community members interested in contributing to that effort.
- Finished the operational dashboard theme supports, now we support flexible dashboards based on different requirements.
- Fixed deployment issues from the mailing list and Rocket.Chat, many users show their favorites in Cello.
- Started implementing fabric 1.0 supports, new features on chaincode lifecycle management are being discussed and will be planed.
- We added a python library and scala library.
- API is being refactored to match the new flatbuffer data scheme. This should be completed this month.
- Ametsuchi, the flatbuffer database, is mostly finished. The first version and integration into Iroha should be completed this month.
- We are currently targeting a v1.0 release of Iroha by the end of April.
- A very successful hackathon was hosted by the University of Tokyo on March 11-12, where several teams made interesting applications on top of Iroha.
- Sawtooth Lake was awarded 2016 Open Source Rookie of the Year by Black Duck software.
- Previous winners include OpenStack, Ansible, Docker, and Rocket.Chat.
- New features continue under master (0-8 branch).
- 0-8 is approaching MVP feature parity with stable (0-7) along with its new capabilities.
- Recent new features in 0-8 include on-chain configuration and new CLI tools to build transactions including those configuration transactions
That’s it for the updates! We encourage developers to join our efforts on these projects. You can plug into the Hyperledger community at github, Rocket.Chat the wiki or our mailing list. You can also follow Hyperledger on Twitter or email us with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.