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Summary

  • Work and release updates
  • Improvements to Indy Node including PBFT view change
  • Schedule for future calls

Timezone: Europe afternoon and US morning

We intend to record this call.

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Attendees

Announcements

Summary of Prior Call

Release Status

  • Indy Node
    • Late July: 1.9.1
      • Bug fix release
        • Authors vs Endorsers (INDY-1999)
        • Public write access (INDY-2171)
    • August: 1.9.2
      • Bug fix release
    • September: 1.10.0
      • PBFT view change
  • Indy SDK
    • Late July: 1.11.0
      • Usability improvements to Indy CLI and Payments (Sovrin Foundation and Evernym)
        • Requires concurrent release with libsovtoken
      • LibVCX without agency (Evernym)
      • Proof of possession of payment address – UNLIKELY
    • August:
      • Finish Authors vs Endorsers
      • Finish proof of possession of payment address
      • GitLab migration alongside Jenkins (Foundation)?
      • Platform Updates (Evernym?)
    • Future
      • Aries / Indy split
      • Anoncreds 2.0 (Sovrin Foundation, BC.gov?)
  •  Ursa
    • July: 0.2.0
      • Refactor internal plumbing for anoncreds 2.0, shouldn't impact external interfaces
      • Multi-signature BLS instead of aggregated signature
  •  Aries
    • Agent from Indy Catalyst migrated to aries-cloudagent-python (BC.gov)
    • Initial code migration from Indy SDK repositories
  • Indy Catalyst
    • Not migrated yet

Work Updates

  • Documentation improvements: Michael B and Stephen C
    • Need to review and prune out-of-date documentation (Alice / Faber treatment of pairwise DIDs is a key pain point)
    • Michael is working on Indy Agent walkthrough using C#
  • SDK 2.0 architecture / Indy-Aries split (Sergey)
  • GitLab migration (Mike and Steve G)
    • Demo in the Identity Implementers call?
    • Issues with Jenkins machines because Rust builds run out of memory—workaround increased build time but is a temporary solution
  • Advanced Schemas and W3C creds (Ken)
    • Can successfully write and retrieve the Context object from the node code. Will track through all layers up to Aries.
    • 5 additional objects need to be added.
  • Warnings from rust cargo clippy (Mike)
    • IS-1270 through IS-1274
  • New design for revocation / Anoncreds 2.0 (Mike)

Other Business

Next Week

  • Maintainership requirements for Indy Node and Indy SDK
  • Ursa and AMCL
  • New pack / unpack requires disclosure of recipient

Action items

  • Nathan (Richard)
    • Fix Hyperledger calendar invitation
  • Nathan (Daniel)
    • Set up alternate meeting hosts to record
  • Mike (Ken)
    • Address memory issues with current CI / CD pipelines
  • Axel (Artem)
    • Dependency update of Backtrace slowed down build pipelines for Windows

Call Recording