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- Kalyan Kulkarni <email@example.com>
- Bruno Hivert<firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Regis Eloi<email@example.com>
- Brent Zundel
- Akiff Manji <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Jason Leach (BC Gov) <email@example.com>
- Clecio Varjao <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Berend Sliedrecht <email@example.com>
- Bruce Conrad <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- James Ebert <email@example.com>
- Sai Ranjit Tummalapalli<firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Troy Ronda <email@example.com>
- Rolson Quadras<firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Stephen Curran (Cloud Compass Computing Inc.) <email@example.com>
Welcome / Introductions
QR Code & Invitations
- RFC 496 - Transition to OOB and DID Exchange
- Connect.Me - Evernym
- Bifold/AFJ - James Ebert and the Awesome Canadians
- ATB Proof (AFJ) - Alberta
- Trinsic / eSatus / Lissi / IDRamp - .Net Framework
- Findy Wallet
- iGrant Sweden
- Northern Block Orbit
- DIT - https://digitalidentitytrust.org/
- Liquid Avatar
- SecureKey/TrustBloc/AFG (already on OOB and DID Exchange)
- Seek Status (where is your code now)
- Is the Proposed Date Reasonable?
- Step 1 Date Dec 31st 2021
- Stephen Curran will chase this proposal.
- Contact each wallet author
- Post notifications to the Aries Community - email and list
- Update the RFC with: Status and new date.
- Request updates to the implementation table in the RFC
- RFC 700 - sending out-of-band as query parameters and enable redirect back.
- How are we really going to do deep-links?
- Two methods - custom scheme (didcomm://) or associated domains
- custom scheme
- works well for Android.
- iOS with two apps on the same scheme, message reception is undefined. No end user choice or config.
- no associated app, this fails out.
- associated domains
- register URL with app (example.com/happycattle)
- do something based on navigated URL
- tight coupling
- community managed domain
- nascar selection
- auto-redirect to custom scheme, detect failure.
- can also redisplay QR code.
- redirect from within iframe
- also works with web wallets/agents (in association with RFC 700)
- custom scheme
- Writeup of proposed process James / Clecio / Sam
- and issue that links to it.
- James will do science on the proposed process.
- HTTP Mobile exemptions
- DIDComm allows HTTP endpoints
- Mobile platforms require an exemption to call http links instead of https
- How do we resolve this for mediators and mobile apps?
- jason volunteered for a PR with a SHOULD for HTTPS.