• Discussion - Release Rich Schema or not
  • Indy HIPE - Generic Token
  • Release Status Update

The call recording is available here: 202021013 Indy Contributors Call Recording

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Related Calls and Announcements

  • IIW Oct 20-22 (will be held online) 

Release Status and Work Updates

Meeting Topics

  • New Indy HIPE - Generic Token
  • Should Rich Schema be released or not?
    • Vote:
      • Yes to release what is on Main today (including Rich Schema) after the feature flag is added
      • No to make Main match what is the current release today and carry forward from there.
    • Vote results:
      • Yays: 4
      • Nays: 1
      • Abstains: 1
  • Release Status:
    • Replace indy-crypto with ursa – build failing, Wade Barnesinvestigating
    • CI/CD Progress being made (yay!)

Future Calls

Next call:

  • Indy Plenum PRs


Action items