• BBS+ in Aries Framework Go
  • Issue Game
  • Credential gallery images

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  • Sam Curren (Indicio) <>
  • George Aristy (SecureKey) <>
  • Steve McCown (Anonyome Labs) <> 
  • Dmytro Kinoshenko (Euristiq) <>
  • James Ebert (Indicio) <>
  • Baha A Shaaban (SecureKey) <>
  • Stephen Curran (Cloud Compass Computing Inc.) <>
  • Troy Ronda (SecureKey) <>

Welcome / Introductions


Related Meetings Review

Upcoming Releases and Work Updates

  • Aries Protocol Test Suite
    • Instructions, docker added - Try It!
    • Issue, credential, and proof tests are merged.
    • esatus backchannel
    • OOB protocol testing added (phase 1)
    • Regular friday meetings, contact Keith Smith for details
  • Aries Agent Test Harness - - Aries Interop Testing
    • CI Pipeline added – daily execution
    • Visualization of the results - behave output
  • Aries Shared:
  • Aries-CloudAgent-Python (
    • Release 0.5.6 is out.
    • Contributions in progress:
      • Multi-Tenant Agent - from Lukas Müller , SICPA and collaborators
      • Java Clients
      • Mediator configuration
  • Aries-Framework-Go (Troy) #aries-go
    • BBS+ Verifiable Credentials implemented using pure Go. Example.
      • Next tasks: interop testing against Mattr implementation and selective disclosure capabilities.
    • Working on adding remote encrypted storage capability - with a default implementation of DIF Secure Data Storage - Encrypted Data Vaults.
    • Created repo to handle pluggable go framework components such as Indy VDR:
      • MySQL and CouchDB components moved to ext repo.
  • Aries-SDK-Ruby (Jack)
  • Aries-Framework-DotNet (Tomislav)
  • Aries-Toolbox
  • Aries-SDK-Java
  • Aries-Framework-JavaScript - Framework JS Meetings
    • Current focus is on mediator use case (NodeJS)
    • Plan for 1.0 defined; refactoring to be done
  • Rich Schemas and W3C Verifiable Credentials (Brent & Ken)
    • Some work has been done to support the W3C Verifiable Credentials Data Model specification
    • Modifications to use BBS+ LD sigs as a first step - early exploration.
  • Aries-MobileAgent-Xamarin (Aries MAX) -
    • Ideas:
      • Automatic offer acceptance/managing credentials
      • Machine readable governance
  • Ursa
    • Go wrapper proceeding nicely
    • Grand refactor in the next few months. Should not affect the external APIs. Will help future additions.


  • BBS+ in Aries Framework Go
  • Issue 560 - RFC 0453 - Support credential gallery images
  • AIP Next?
    • Out Of Band
  • Closing Game
    • PR 557 - Feature Discovery Update
    • PR 558 - Clarify Detatched JWS rules

Next Week

Future Topics

  • 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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