Hyperledger Labs

Hyperledger Labs provides a space (i.e., GitHub repos) where work can easily be started without the creation of a project. Please refer to the Hyperledger Labs wiki page for additional information.

Process to propose a new lab

  1. Fork the hyperledger-labs.github.io repository.

  2. Fill out the Proposal Template and save it into the labs subdirectory under the name of your lab, such as mynewlab.md. It is expected that your lab repository will have the same name so keep that in mind.

  3. Commit your changes with proper sign-off. This means that your commit log message must contain a line that looks like the following one, with your actual name and email address:

     Signed-off-by: John Doe <john.doe@example.com>

    Adding the -s flag to your git commit command will add that line automatically. You can also add it manually as part of your commit log message or add it afterwards with git commit --amend -s.

  4. Submit a Pull Request.

The labs stewards will then review your proposal.

Bringing in an existing repository

By default the Lab stewards will create a new respository for you to start from but if you have an existing github repo you would like to bring to your proposed lab you have the option to request for that repo to be reused instead. This is however only possible if every commit in your existing repo is signed-off so there is no DCO related issues. If that is not the case, you will need to bring your code by squashing all of your commits into a single first commit made against your new lab repo with your sign-off.