SummaryThe call today is cancelled because of the Indy Interop-athon going on Sept. 1 and 2, 2020.
The call recording is available here: <CANCELLED>
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Related Calls and Announcements
Release Status and Work Updates
- Indy Node
- Release in progress - update from Wade Barnes
- Indy SDK
- Significant changes in LibVCX
- Team at ABSA is considering a different architecture
- Next Release Timing TBD
- Indy Monitoring - https://github.com/hyperledger/indy-node-monitor - Note moved to Hyperledger
- Indy/Aries Shared Libraries
- Aries Shared:
- BBS+, Revocation work 2.0 work
- Current Release: 0.3.4 is ready.