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Welcome / Introductions
- Aries Workshop/Connectathon December 3-5 in Provo, Utah
- Thank you Sponsors: StreetCred and Hyperledger and CULedger! - More Food Sponsors welcome!
- Please RSVP
- Webinar on peer DIDs Recording Posted
- New Indy/Aries/Ursa edX course, now online - enroll now!
Related Meetings Review
- Ursa - Progress on packages and Plenum work.
- Semantics - ODCA pilots underway - The agenda, video, notes, etc. from the HL Indy Semantics WG call:
- DID UX Call - Slack/Mailing list - details in the shared document as well minutes and additional information, currently focus on Purpose Based Services
- SSI in IoT WG
- Indy Contributors - Richard Esplin (Mon) - Discussed future of Indy Ledger (View Change, Aardvark BFT, bug fixes, future of Plenum)
- Identity WG / Identity WG Implementer calls (Wed / Thurs)
Upcoming Releases and Work Updates
- Moving Indy Wallet crate into aries-ams / aries-kms (might change the repo name)
- cam's rust aries-kms (just old code in repo right now, once I add more to my RFC I will focus my attention to adding code here)
- Working on aries-kms RFC
- Verifiable Data Registry Interface library
- Ken's POC
- Other Core Libraries (pack / unpack)
- Aries-CloudAgent-Python (bc.gov) - Latest is Release 0.3.5 on PyPi - no code releases. Release 0.4.0 is likely next, which will have some breaking changes.
- Aries-Framework-Go (Troy) #aries-go
- Weekly planning notes (2019-11-26).
- Working on mediator/routing, WebSocket transport, WASM, browser primitives.
- RFC efforts WIP from aries-framework-go contributors:
- JWE compliant envelope
- DIDComm tunnels (particularly HTTP over DIDComm)
- Aries-SDK-Ruby (Jack)
- No update this week
- Aries-Framework-DotNet (Tomislav)
- Aries-StaticAgent-Python - 0.7.0
- Moving repos to HyperLedger's Github Org.
- ACApy plugin for supported admin protocols.
- Aries-SDK-Python - Wrapper from JeromK and SBCA?
- Aries-Framework-Java #aries-framework-java on RocketChat
- Repo is ready for contributors to start picking next tasks
- Regular weekly zoom calls to be scheduled from this Friday. Will share the details on Rocket Chat.
- DIF people interested in implementing a Java Script library that might share some of the functionality of the Aries SDK. We need to keep that in mind.
- Rich Schemas and W3C Verifiable Credentials (Brent & Ken)
- Next HIPEs/RFCs for
- credential definition
- Node implementation of
- context (merged)
- schema PR in progress https://github.com/hyperledger/indy-node/pull/1513
- Migration from LibIndy
- Closing PRs related to Indy wrappers with pointers to Aries language libraries
- LibVCX support for some Aries protocols
- Ursa 0.3.0 release in November
- Updated BLS signature (multi-signatures, small-BLS)
- Compilation optimization for specific hardware
- Rest of predicates for Anoncreds 2.0 and delegatable credentials
- Issue Game: Can we close this? (15 min - Stephen Curran) - presentation, issues (as time permits): #262, #240, #201, #318
- DIDComm DIF Working Group ( 10 min - Sam Curren)
- Aries Toolbox & ACApy Toolbox Plugin (10 min - Sam & Daniel Bluhm)
- Test Suite Pluggable Backchannels (10 min - Daniel Bluhm)
- Zmix API in Anoncreds 2.0 (20 min - Lovesh)
- The code for the PoC is here.
- Deferred: Use of please_ack in the issue_credentials protocol (15 min - Stephen Curran) - presentation
- Open Discussion / Next Week Topics
- Both calls will happen from the Connectathon
- DIF Interop Project - Project is proceeding, connect the communities at IIW
- DKMS status
- Independent agent upgrades
- Signature Envelope (Kyle)
- Credential Fraud: Example how in ACA-Py to verify same link secret across multiple credentials in presentation
- Using WebSocket as a way to communicate back to the mobile/desktop wallet (Agent (services or user) as a proxy for communication between service and digital wallet) Robert Mitwicki
- Update message type and protocol identifier to https. (and protocol documentation hosting.)