2019 Q2 Hyperledger Explorer
Created by Nik Frunza, last modified by Arnaud J Le Hors on May 23, 2019
Project health is green. We released Tags v0.3.9.1 in support of Fabric 1.4. We use all of the following to help keep project health green: JIRA, RocketChat, email, Gerrit, Jenkins, Github, Zoom and Skype. Questions asked via rocketchat are being answered in a timely manner. For greater efficiency in this regard the FAQs page is updated with every release. Good mix of background of contributors from front-end to back-end however more community involvement is strongly encouraged and welcomed!
Maintaining contributor diversity.
v0.3.9.1.md : release 0.3.9.1 of Hyperledger Explorer was put out on February 28, 2019 in support of Fabric 1.4
Overall Activity in the Past Quarter
In this quarter April-May 2019, aim was to redesign Explorer to use advantage of discovery service, gateway (fabric-network package), and support for fabric-ca server along with minimal configuration. Automated deployment of HL Explorer is available here
Graduating HLExplorer from incubation.
Bug Fixes. Ongoing enhancement in support of fabric 1.4’s latest features.
No new maintainer were added.
Current contributors are from DTCC and Fujitsu, There is some interest shown by members wishing to join the effort but no active contributions yet.
- ✅ Arnaud Le Hors
- ✅ Baohua Yang
- ✅ Binh Nguyen
- ✅ Christopher Ferris
- ✅ Dan Middleton
- 🔲 Hart Montgomery
- ✅ Kelly Olson
- ✅ Mark Wagner
- ✅ Mic Bowman
- ✅ Nathan George
- ✅ Silas Davis
Can you please comment on whether and how explorer has approached design for accessibility?
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org at May 22, 2019 19:36
Can you please comment on whether you have made progress on supporting other HL stacks? I recall some in depth conversations in Toronto, but I don't see any updates on the topic since then.
Posted by email@example.com at May 22, 2019 19:37
Theoretically HL Explorer is compatible with any HL Fabric platform blockchain if configured properly.
Posted by nfrunza at May 22, 2019 19:55
I'm not aware of such design in our roadmap.
Posted by nfrunza at May 22, 2019 19:58
Hyperledger has a few other stacks including Indy, Iroha, Burrow, and Sawtooth.
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org at May 22, 2019 20:23
It is highly desirable that all user interfaces are designed for accessibility. Please consider adding this to your roadmap.
Posted by email@example.com at May 22, 2019 20:26
Posted by nfrunza at May 22, 2019 20:46
I'll reiterate the point I made last time this came up. I think it is the responsibility of projects, or users of those other projects to engage and help implement the integration.
Posted by ChristopherFerris at May 23, 2019 09:44
Dear TSC members, HL Explorer project is maintained by 2.5 resources.
Posted by nfrunza at May 23, 2019 13:54