Project rebootΒΆ

The project is going through a reboot under new leadership. At the time of writing, we have a number of moving parts. Please bear with us!

We simplified the project naming at Homestead, although some naming shadows of the past still linger. There was a further C++ development update from Christian in May 2016.

The next big step is our pending git repository reorganization, which will move our code back into the cpp-ethereum repository.

We are also working toward re-licensing the codebase as Apache 2.0, which would be the culmination of a very long-term plan to liberalize the core. An effort was begun in 2015 to re-license the cpp-ethereum core as MIT, but it was never completed. This is a revival of that effort, especially with a view towards the potential for collaboration with the Linux Foundation‘s Hyperledger project.

Current reality (squares are applications, circles are libraries):

Target refactoring: