Commit 79f2220f authored by Keith Smith's avatar Keith Smith Committed by Gerrit Code Review
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Merge "FAB-5189 Hyperledger Project should be Hyperledger"

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Contributions Welcome!
======================
We welcome contributions to the Hyperledger Project in many forms, and
We welcome contributions to Hyperledger in many forms, and
there's always plenty to do!
First things first, please review the Hyperledger Project's `Code of
First things first, please review the Hyperledger `Code of
Conduct <https://wiki.hyperledger.org/community/hyperledger-project-code-of-conduct>`__
before participating. It is important that we keep things civil.
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The project's :doc:`maintainers <MAINTAINERS>` are responsible for
reviewing and merging all patches submitted for review and they guide
the over-all technical direction of the project within the guidelines
established by the Hyperledger Project's Technical Steering Committee
(TSC).
established by the Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee (TSC).
Becoming a maintainer
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Working with Gerrit
===================
Follow these instructions to collaborate on the Hyperledger Fabric
Project through the Gerrit review system.
Follow these instructions to collaborate on Hyperledger Fabric
through the Gerrit review system.
Please be sure that you are subscribed to the `mailing
list <http://lists.hyperledger.org/mailman/listinfo/hyperledger-fabric>`__
......@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ be pushed to a special branch. The name of this special branch contains
a reference to the final branch where the code should reside, once
accepted.
For the Hyperledger Fabric Project, the special branch is called
For the Hyperledger Fabric repository, the special branch is called
``refs/for/master``.
To push the current local development branch to the gerrit server, open
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to the specific branch through the search bar in the upper-right side.
Add the filter *project:fabric* to limit the visible changes to only
those from the Hyperledger Fabric Project.
those from Hyperledger Fabric.
List all current changes you submitted, or list just those changes in
need of your input by clicking on ``My --> Changes`` or `open this
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Adding or updating Go packages
------------------------------
The Hyperledger Fabric Project uses Govendor for package
Hyperledger Fabric uses Govendor for package
management. This means that all required packages reside in the
``$GOPATH/src/github.com/hyperledger/fabric/vendor`` folder. Go will use
packages in this folder instead of the GOPATH when the ``go install`` or
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......@@ -97,10 +97,10 @@ If you continue with ``core.autocrlf`` set to ``true``, the
``./setup.sh: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory``
Cloning the Hyperledger Fabric project
Cloning the Hyperledger Fabric source
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Since the Hyperledger Fabric project is a ``Go`` project, you'll need to
Since Hyperledger Fabric is written in ``Go``, you'll need to
clone the source repository to your $GOPATH/src directory. If your $GOPATH
has multiple path components, then you will want to use the first one.
There's a little bit of setup needed:
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vagrant ssh
Once inside the VM, you can find the peer project under
Once inside the VM, you can find the source under
``$GOPATH/src/github.com/hyperledger/fabric``. It is also mounted as
``/hyperledger``.
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Status
=================
This project is an *Active* Hyperledger project. For more information on the history of this project see our `wiki page <https://wiki.hyperledger.org/projects/fabric#history>`__. Information on what *Active* entails can be found in
the `Hyperledger Project Lifecycle document <https://wiki.hyperledger.org/community/project-lifecycle>`__.
Hyperledger Fabric is in the *Active* state. For more information on the history of this project see our `wiki page <https://wiki.hyperledger.org/projects/fabric#history>`__. Information on what *Active* entails can be found in
the Hyperledger `Project Lifecycle document <https://wiki.hyperledger.org/community/project-lifecycle>`__.
.. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Why Hyperledger Fabric?
=======================
The Hyperledger Fabric project is delivering a blockchain platform
Hyperledger Fabric is delivering a blockchain platform
designed to allow the exchange of an asset or the state of an asset to
be consented upon, maintained, and viewed by all parties in a
permissioned group. A key characteristic of Hyperledger Fabric is that
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