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  • IIW April 28-30

Related Calls

  • Previous Aries Working Group calls
  • DIF DIDComm WG Call: Rolling Agenda.
  • Identity Implementors Working Group call
    • Main place to get project updates, release status, and announcements.

Release Status and Work Updates

  • Aries Protocol Test Suite
    • Issue, credential, and proof tests are merged.
  • Aries Shared:
    • indy-vdr (Andrew Whitehead)
      • Remaining work: Design doc, FFI, testing, CI / CD
      • As an Aries interface becomes standardized, will add that API layer
      • HTTP Proxy App updates
        • ACAPy using it as a proxy in a branch
      • Integrating into LibIndy in a separate branch, goal is to release in April/May
      • Rich Schemas functions are coming soon
    • indy-credx and aries-credx
    • Aries-Shared-Util
      • Pack / Unpack
      • Not started yet
    • Aries-KMS
      • Mike Lodder working on documentation and architecture as an Aries RFC (KMS architecture) and Ursa RFC (API)
        • Differs from Indy Wallet architecture by separating out auth and access control. Intention is to ensure a smooth transition from Indy.
        • Ability to export keys under certain conditions (metadata is set upon key creation)
      • Mike and Cam's aries-core-rs → aries-mayaguez
        • Evolution from lox
        • Will include a default storage that is not a different implementation from the plugins
      • Indy wallet crate might move to start another aries-kms implementation → aries-kms-vostok
  • Aries-CloudAgent-Python (
    • Release 0.4.5 is on PyPi.
    • Revocation support has merged into master and is likely to included in the next release. Some smoothing of the edges happening.
      • Note: uses anoncreds 1.0 (hence, tails files) and so will be constrained in use cases to those with small numbers of credentials (e.g. ~25k per RevReg.)
  • Aries-Framework-Go (Troy) #aries-go
  • Aries-SDK-Ruby (Jack)
  • Aries-Framework-DotNet (Tomislav)
    • Release last week for Aries compatibility with ACApy and LibVCX (RFC 0094)
  • Aries-StaticAgent-Python
  • Aries-Toolbox
    • Added basic message admin
    • Working on a getting started video
  • Aries-SDK-Java
  • Aries-Framework-JavaScript / Aries-SDK-JavaScript
  • Rich Schemas and W3C Verifiable Credentials (Brent & Ken)
  • Aries-OSMA / Aries-MobileAgent-Xamarin
  • Ursa
    • 0.3.2 released in February
      • includes key exchange methods, to replace libsodium
      • Had difficulty replacing LibSodium in LibIndy:  Unable to render Jira issues macro, execution error.
    • 0.4.0 scheduled for late March
      • Hash to curve
      • Updates to AMCL wrapper
    • Packaging requirements:
      • Rust crate for Indy SDK
      • Debian package for Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 20.04 for Indy Node

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