• Status of indy-node CI/CD
  • Status of Ubuntu upgrade

Recording from the call: zoom_0.mp4

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Related Calls and Announcements

Release Status and Work Updates

Meeting Topics

  • Update:
    • Indy-Plenum CI is the furthest along. Thank you Robin Klemens!
      • Hyperledger Debian repository is in place and working.
      • CD process in 20.04 branch needs to be completed so that packages can be published.
      • Reducing pinned dependencies waiting on completion of CD.
        • Evernym believes we can have a single release packaged for both Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 20.04.
    •  Indy-Node
      • CI depends on Indy Plenum packages.
      • CD blocks work on Sovrin packages.
    • Sovrin Release - Wade Barnes
      • Working on CI/CD
      • LibSovToken upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 is blocked by Plenum packages
    • indy-test-automation – had been working, but it is dependent on the Sovrin packages that are not made yet.
      • Breaking apart indy-test-automation and sovrin-test-automation
  • Canonical ESM support for Ubunut 16.04 is available for ensuring a supported network until the next release of Indy is published.

Future Calls

Next call:


  • Changes to indy-node needed for did:indy
  • Status of Indy-SDK
    • Statement on the future of the Indy SDK: PR 2329
    • Plans for future of Indy CLI (move to Indy VDR?)
    • Indy SDK in test for Indy Node (move to Indy VDR?)
    • Status of GitHub Actions for the Indy-SDK
  • Indy bugs
    • Using GitHub tags "Good First Issue" and "Help Wanted" 
    • Node 1490: problems with large catch-up
    • Plenum 1506: view change message consensus calculation error
  • Hyperledger campaign to recruit additional developers.

Action items