EEA Working Groups collaborate to develop open, standards based-specifications to accelerate the acceptance and deployment of Enterprise Ethereum blockchain solutions within the global marketplace. These groups ensure that deliverables developed by the EEA and the specific industry requirements developed by the EEA Interest Groups are prepared properly for inclusion in specification development.
The Technical Working Groups can create task forces to focus on specialized areas and may produce specifications, or may determine how to use existing standards to resolve problems. One example is the Off-chain Trusted Computing working group, which has developed the EEA Trusted Compute specification and continues to refine it for inclusion in the main client specification at an appropriate stage. The Technical Working Groups provide support to help EEA members understand what they need, and provide a focal contact point for the broader community to make requests or ask questions.
The Core Specification Working Group (CSWG) continues the evolution of the EEA specification, by creating standards for enterprise Ethereum deployment that meets client needs, and ensures quality implementation and interoperability in permission networks. The CSWG address requests from EEA member, who want specifications that are compatible with as many Ethereum mainnet components as possible to minimize customization and maintenance costs.