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Status updates

  • Aries Bifold (Aries Bifold User Group Meetings)
    • Making changes to scanning logic and adding goal codes
    • Adding concept of ephemeral connection, make QR code smaller when using connectionless proof request
  • Aries Call 2023-07-19 Aries Working Group Call
    • Discussion on peer did migration
    • Work being done on marketing, with survey
      • Survey results:
    • Presentation from Aries VCX
      • Working on making available to other languages using uniffi-rs


Meeting Notes

Recording / Slides



Future topics

Future Topics:

  • It would be good to discuss OCA implementation in AFJ and in Aries Bifold and where should be a boundary between the two in this feature.
  • Extracting parts of AFJ into generic libraries
  • Cheqd integration (Daev Mithran )
  • AFJ Interop tests not running


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