ERIS is an encoding for arbitrary content into uniformly sized encrypted blocks that can be reassembled only in possession of a short read capability that can be encoded as an URN.
This repository contains the specification documents.
The latest version of the specification is published at: http://purl.org/eris. Please use this URL as a stable reference to the specification.
ERIS is considered to be experimental. A stable version (1.0.0) is planned to be released in 2021. Comments and feedback are very welcome.
See also the section "Changelog" in the specification document.
A list of known implementations of ERIS:
- guile-eris: The reference implementation in Guile Scheme.
- elixir-eris: Elixir implementation.
- eris: Go implementation.
- eris: Nim implementation.
See also the section "Implementations" of the specification document.
Questions and comments may be directed to the ~email@example.com mailing list or directly to the author (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You are also invited to share your implementations and use-cases on the mailing list.