We are going to have two tracks to the conference:

  • The primary track will be a sequence of discussions that will follow the path we expect will be selected to accomplish the goal of the conference. On that expected path, there are a number of technical decisions to be made, discussions to be had, trade-offs to be explored and (as best we can) a backlog of technical work to be defined (and assigned!!).
  • The secondary track will be a series of presentations/discussions on topics related to the user story that we are trying to accomplish, but that are not part of the immediate changes we expect to be making. Think of this as the “unconference” part of the Interop-athon. If ideas come from the secondary track sessions that could or should alter the expected path, we’ll make that happen.

For both tracks, we need experts/facilitators on the topics to lead the sessions and we welcome volunteers for each session. For the primary track sessions, you’ll be stuck with me (Stephen Curran) as the default facilitator, but I’ll be more than happy to let others lead sessions they are interested in--please let me know. For the secondary tracks, there must be a volunteer to lead each session.

Please see the "Roles and Rules" section below for guidelines on participating in a session.

Primary Track:

CET TimeEDT Start Time
and Length
Day 1 - September 1, 2020 - Primary Track
13:00 - 13:407:00 (40)Introduction and Welcome (Main Space)Presentation
13:45 - 14:557:45 (70)

One Indy DID Method to Rule Them All 

15:00 - 16:009:00 (60)

Finding Indy Network Metadata — genesis files, governance framework, etc.


16:30 - 17:1010:30 (40)

Indy DID and Ledger Object Data References – credential, proof, etc.

Tomislav MarkovskiSession Notes

HackMD Doc

17:15 - 17:5511:15 (40)Where Are We Now and What's Next?Nathan George20200901 IIO Who is going to make what changes? - video

20200901 IIO Who is going to make what changes? - Chat
18:00 - 19:0012:00 (60)Daily Wrap Up - Report from SessionsPresentation20200901 IIO Day 1 Wrapup.mp4

Day 2 - September 2, 2020 - Primary Track

13:00 - 13:257:00 (25)Day 2 Introduction and Welcome@Stephen CurranPresentation
13:30 - 14:057:30 (35)

Storing Indy DID and Ledger Object References – Aries storage, Indy wallet

Session Notes

HackMD Doc

14:10 - 14:258:10 (15)DDNR Scheme for Network ResolutionKapil SinghSession Notes
14:25 - 14:558:25 (30)Testing Indy Ledger InteroperabilityKeith SmithSession Notes
15:00 - 16:009:00 (60)Decisions: What are we going to do?Stephen CurranSession Notes
16:30 - 17:2510:30 (55)

dHIDA: Decentralized Hyperledger Identity Developer Alliance

What Changes to Make, Where?

17:30 - 18:1011:30 (40)

Who is Going to Make the Changes and When?

18:15 - 19:0012:15 (45)Daily Wrap Up - Report from Sessions (Main Space)@Stephen CurranPresentationNot recorded

Secondary Track:

Sessions will be added in parallel as offers to Facilitate/Present come up.

Time (CET)EDT Start Time
and Length
TopicFacilitator(s)/PresenterNotesVideo link
Day 1 - September 1, 2020
13:45 - 14:557:45 (70)

Indy Technical Interoperability 101: Past, Present and Future + AMA


20200901 IIO - Indy Tech Interop 101.mp4

20200901 IIO - Indy Tech Interop 101.m4a

20200901 IIO - Indy Tech Interop 101-chat.txt

15:00 - 16:009:00 (60)

KERI and Indy Interoperability - Homework: KERI 101 Webinar

Session Notes

16:30 - 17:2510:30 (55)

Getting DIDDocs on an Indy Ledger

Session Notes

Day 2 - September 2, 2020

13:30 - 14:257:30 (55)

BBS+ & Indy, and a Better Credential Revocation Mechanism

Mike Lodder

Session Notes

13:30 - 14:257:30 (55)Interop Testing: The Aries Agent Test HarnessSheldon Regular
14:30 - 16:008:30 (90)

Up and Coming Indy Networks:

  • The Indicio Network
  • Bedrock
  • Findy
  • The IDunion Ledger - by the SSI for Germany consortia
  • CanaCred
  • DDTN - Dutch Digital Trust Network 

Session Notes

16:30 - 17:2510:30 (55)

A Vision for Interoperable Schema - Homework: Overlays Capture Architecture (OCA)

Session Notes

16:30 - 17:2510:30 (55)Information sharing agreements and consent handling in SSI

Jan Lindquist

Lal Chandran

Session Notes

20200902 Information sharing agreement and consent handling.mp4
17:30 - 18:1011:30 (40)

Bring Us Your Use Cases (Discussion)

Sam Curren

Session Notes

17:30 - 18:1011:30 (40)Preliminary Discussion on Dealing with ForkingNo Notes - See recording

Roles and Rules

  • Participants must use raising and hands and adding a "+q" comment in chat to join the queue to speak.  The Zoom Manager may track the queue for the facilitator.
  • Facilitators/Presenters will share their screen for presentations, optionally share the notes being taken and facilitate discussions.
    • When facilitating a discussion, monitor the discussion for digressions that go too deep, and conflicts that threaten accomplishing the goals. If you progress is being made because of a small group, appeal to the wider audience (perhaps via a vote) to resolve the issue or to decide how to move it aside.
  • Zoom Managers should silence mics that are inadvertently activated, monitor the queue, lower raised hands after the participant speaks turn on and off recordings and generally make the room work.
  • Note Takers should document the discussion at a high level, record any decisions made and any action items suggested (especially if someone agrees to do something).  Ideally, after the session, add a short "tl;dr" summary of the key outcomes at the top of the session notes that can be used in the wrap-up sessions.
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