• Closing Game
  • Transition to HTTPS, OOB
  • DIF Presentation Exchange Format overview

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  • Name (Org) <email>
  • Troy Ronda (SecureKey) <>
  • Stephen Curran (Cloud Compass Computing Inc.) <>
  • Baha A Shaaban  (SecureKey) <>
  • Jim Mason <>
  • George Aristy (SecureKey) <>
  • Daniel Hardman (Evernym) <>
  • Ajay Jadhav (AyanWorks) <>
  • John Callahan (Veridium) <>

Welcome / Introductions


  • Indy Interop-athon Conference - Details and registration
    • Efforts to organize led by Stephen Curran
    • User Story: As a prover, I want to be able to create a proof that includes claims from credentials rooted in different Indy networks that a verifier can verify so that I can easily interact with issuers using different Indy networks.
    • Organizational help welcome.

Related Meetings Review

  • Ursa - 
  • SSI in IoT WG
  • Indy Contributors - Every 2nd Tuesday 8am US/Pacific - Build and deploy help request
  • Identity WG / Identity WG Implementer calls (Wed / Thurs) - July 30, at 9 am US/Mountain (Wiki page:  2020-07-30 Identity WG Implementers Call)
  • DIF DIDComm WG - Monday's at Noon US/Pacific - Sam Curren (Mon) - DID Doc services, etc.

Upcoming Releases and Work Updates


  • Closing Game
    • First Issue: Oldest issue 201 (about did:key) and newest 520 (RecipientKeys for encryption and signing)
    • Other issues - Presentation
  • Transition to HTTPS - Transition to Step 2 (PR to be added)
  • Transition to OOB (Presentation) - Merge PR?  Accept Plan?  Set goal date for completion of Step 1?
  • Presentation Exchange Format overview

Next Week

  • Requests?

Future Topics

  • Vince Albanese - future speaker: DirectTrust hack-a-thon Nov 2020 (DIDComm on XMPP)
  • Migrating to new JWE envelope format:
  • Schema interop - how to reuse a schema across different networks Robert Mitwicki(RFC in progress)
  • 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 

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