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Status updates


Meeting Notes

  • Forward handling seems incorrect
    • Verify with developer from other framework
  • Multiple mediator support is a long-term feature and should be implemented in phases:
    • Use only one mediator for an agent, but allow to change it after the agent initialization.
    • Define and implement behavior for export/import agent data.
    • Allow having more than one mediator for an agent. It will probably introduce some relation between a mediator connection and other connections stored by an agent.

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