Introducing agents to each other and how that applies to connecting agents and tooling such as a test suite. 

Standardizing agent messages into URLs, to allow for new user experience alongside apps with registered protocol handlers.

Wire level format optimization to avoid unnecessary computational and message size growth when sending previously encrypted ciphertext.


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Stephen CurranCloud Compass/BC
Sam CurrenSovrin
Darrell O'DonnellContinuum Loop/



Introducing Agents to Each OtherSam Curren
Standardizing URL as a message transportTobias Looker
Open Discussion

Wire Level Forward optimizationDaniel
Pre-HIPE: Action Menu (aka The Slippery Slope)Stephen Curran

Notable HIPEs

Streamlined HIPE Process: - Please review and comment

Next Week

Future Topics

Introduction Protocol

Action items


Call Recording