- Docker for releases (Stephen Curran)
- Message Pickup (Sam Curren)
- RFC Review
Note: This call is Recorded. Recordings posted at the bottom of the page.
(12PM Los Angeles, 3PM New York, Tuesday at 5AM Sydney)
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Welcome / Introductions
- Aries Workshop/Connectathon December 3-5 in Provo, Utah (details to follow)
- Other Announcements
Related Meetings Review
- Morning Aries Call - Happening every other Wednesday in the US morning. Please update your calendar appointments. Next agenda: 2019-08-28-A Aries Working Group Call (US morning)
- Ursa - Working on the September release that should contain the pieces necessary for Anoncreds 2.0
- Indy Maintainers - Happening each Monday, rotating between US morning and afternoon. Please update your calendar appointments. Previous agenda: 2019-08-19 Indy Maintainers Call, Next agenda: 2019-08-26 Indy Maintainers Call
- Implementers Call - Happening every other Thursday. Please update your calendar appointments. Previous agenda: 2019-08-15 Identity WG Implementers Call
Upcoming Releases and Work Updates
- Aries-CloudAgent-Python ( bc.gov ) - Current Release 0.3.1; Readme/Command Line Parameters updates
- Aries-StaticAgent-Python - version 0.4.0 released - release notes (Daniel Bluhm)
- Switch to PyNacl instead of PySodium (with thanks to the BC Gov team).
- Module and route definition rewrite.
- Aries-Framework-Go (Troy)
- First milestone: Framework Go v0.1.0
- Aries-SDK-Ruby (Jack)
- Experimenting with ruby GIL behavior with Rust async/await to determine thread approach
- May move away from Helix (bridge to Rust) if native FFI support is valid (https://github.com/rubygems/rubygems/issues/2726)
- Aries-SDK-JS (Ajay Jadhav)
- Needs a collaborator for PR review, or merge access.
- CI environments for testing
- No infrastructure yet. Will try to piggy-back on the GitLab work for Indy SDK that Stephen Gubler has been leading.
- Recorded Demo by Sukalpo Mitra (Proxy Presenter: Stephen Curran) - Slides, YouTube
- Docker for development/deployment (Stephen Curran) - Slides
- Message Pickup (Sam Curren) - Slides
- Related Notes by Andrew Whitehead: link
- RFC Review
- Open Discussion
- DIF Interop Project - Who?
- RFCs Moving forward - Make your case
- DKMS status
- Signature Envelope (Kyle)