• Work updates and release updates
  • Indy SDK architecture documentation
  • Context object for Rich Schemas
  • Aries SDK architecture

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  • Name (organization) <email>
  • Richard Esplin (Evernym) <>
  • Sam Curren (Sovrin Foundation) <>
  • Stephen Curran (Cloud Compass/BC Gov) <>
  • Troy Ronda (SecureKey) <>
  • John Callahan (Veridium) <>
  • Matt Raffel (Kiva) <>
  • Nemanja Patrnogic (Evernym) <>
  • Alexander Shcherbakov (Evernym) <>
  • Steve McCown (Anonyome Labs) <>
  • Ajay Jadhav (AyanWorks) <>
  • Ken Ebert (Sovrin Foundation) <>
  • Jakub Koci (Absa) <>

Welcome / Introductions


Summary of Prior Calls and Related Meetings

  • Aries WG
  • Indy
    • Indy Maintainers call calendar invitations have changed
  • Ursa

Release Status

Work Updates

RFC Progress

Other Business

Future Topics

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