• Connect-a-thon update
    • Discussions of the Aries Protocol Test Suite
    • Next steps with Aries Shared Libraries
    • Roadmap for Aries contributions over the next three months
  • Trusted Digital Web

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Welcome / Introductions


Related Calls

  • Previous Aries Working Group calls
  • Identity Implementors Working Group call
    • Main place to get project updates, release status, and announcements.

Release Status and Work Updates

RFC Progress

  • Rich Schema RFC headed to an APPROVED status, Troy had some comments on how the Link Secrets tie to W3C spec.
  • Proposal to renumber RFC 0289
  • Progress on JWE envelopes (RFC 334).
  • Draft RFC on HTTP over DIDComm.

Other Business

Future Topics

Action items


Call Recording

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