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  • Status Updates:
    • AnonCreds RS in ACA-Py
      • PRs for AnonCreds+CredX concurrently – after the 0.12.0 release
      • Upgrade script – complete.
    • did:peer and AFJ Interop
      • Connection reuse for did:peer:2/4
  • Status of ACA-Py 0.12.0
    • Additional PRs to go into the release? Yes – list: 
    • Another update – missing verification method in VC-DI.
    • Additional concepts? No
  • Status of ACA-Py 1.0.0 Release:
    • Checklist Issue, labelled Issues and PRs
      • Other issues/PRs to be added?
      • PR 2860 - handling authorization to update base/tenant wallet.
    • Should we wait on the AnonCreds RS work?
    • LTS Considerations per Aries RFC 0799 Long Term Support
    • Other considerations?
  • Logging for Tenants - Akiff Manji is working on this.
    • Trying to refactor it a bit – goal is to make it multi-tenant
    • Any ideas on thoughts on making it easier/cleaner?
    • First time – change every instance of logger being used – painful change.
      • Should be able to configure it without changing every instance.
      • Use the logging interface and inject something about the tenant.
    • Should the multi-tenant be separated from the single-tenant logging?
  • Should we switch to "mutli-tenancy" always – where the current non-multi-tenant is simply multi-tenant with just one tenant.
    • Reduce complexity, reduce branches in code.
    • Once Indy SDK support is dropped, it will be easier since Askar is inherently like that.
    • Interesting differences in approaches, both of which are viable:
      • Traction – independent controllers one per traction tenant.
      • Single controller – that manages each of the tenants.
  • DISCUSS: When to officially drop support for the Indy SDK?
  • How to transition to did:indy?
  • Vulnerability in the an OpenSSH dependency library disclosed last Friday
    • Long time GitHub contributor tried to push a remote execution – in xz-utils - bleeding edge version, but caught before it got to the major distributions.
    • Reminder to stay on the lookout for dependencies and vulnerabilities

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