November 15th is quickly approaching and the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) community has yet to come to a consensus as to what upgrade shall be implemented uniformly across the network. The lack of consensus and open differences between the two camps supporting different upgrades is self evident and the only solution for this is a hard fork.
The two camps with different upgrade proposals are Bitcoin ABC and nChain. Both camps have released their individual versions of the upgrade that is to come on the 15th of November. There is also the relatively unknown Cobra Client proposed by the anonymous owner of Bitcoin.org. The latter proposal is a compromise of the two suggestions and is a safe and reliable implementation of the scheduled November hard fork.