Planned topics

  • Work updates (5 mins)
  • Grooming (20 mins)
  • Design discussion (20 mins)
  • Open Discussion (10 mins)


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Welcome / Introductions


  • None

Release status

  • None

Work updates (from the previous week)

Grooming updates (from the previous week)

Design discussion

Milestone progress

  • TBD

Other business

  • TBD

Future topics

  • TODO -  Storage of keys in the wallet - need to support multiple types of storages (leveldb, memcache/redis, hsm, etc.) Baha A Shaaban Filip Burlacu
  • TODO - model separate storages - Transient data vs secrets vs did doc (public/peer did) vs connection info vs metadata vs persistent data

Action items

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