Cardea is a complete ecosystem for the exchange of privacy-preserving digital health credentials, open sourced by Indicio.tech as a project in Linux Foundation Public Health.
This page explains how you can use the code, participate in the community to help develop the code, and learn about implementations of Cardea around the world.
How to start using Cardea
Cardea is a complete decentralized ecosystem for the exchange and verification of privacy-preserving digital credentials.
It means that people can share their health status, Covid test result, or proof of vaccination in a way that preserves their privacy.
Cardea is built on the Hyperledger technology stack and is ready to deploy now.
The codebase is on Github and can be accessed here.
We are soliciting input from the Cardea Community on a draft governance framework for Cardea. The goal is a document that provides a simple set of best practice recommendations for Cardea should be governed. Comment can be signed or anonymous. You can access the review document here.
How to get involved
Cardea is maintained and developed by the Cardea Community Group.
We meet every Thursday and everyone is welcome to join, listen, and—even better— help develop the codebase to add new features.
Add a standing invite to the weekly Cardea Community meeting to your calendar by subscribing to the LFPH Groups.io:
We use the following channels for community building and outreach.
How Cardea is being used
Join the weekly Cardea Community Group Zoom Meeting (every Thursday, 9:00-10:00am PDT):
Additional project-related links:
Linux Foundation Public Health
Cardea Mobile App
User Group Meetings (Biweekly): https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/ARIES/Aries+Bifold+User+Group+Meetings
Working Group calls (weekly): https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/ARIES/Framework+JS+Meetings