First time doing notes on the wiki
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|Stephen Curran||Cloud Compass/BC Govemail@example.com|
|Nathan George||Sovrin Foundationfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Michael Lodder||Sovrin Foundationemail@example.com|
|Sam Curren||Sovrin Foundationfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Summary of Prior call||Everybody|
|What is the schedule for creating Aries repos and moving content||Daniel and Sam|
|Reception of Aries project and timeline for Indy migration||Sam|
Cred Def 2.0, Revocation Registry 2.0
Dependency preventing Ubuntu 18.04? Bounty?
HIPEs, Aries-RFCs, Ursa-RFCs, Sovrin SIPs, docs folders
(How do we manage the multiple locations)
aries-sdk-python: Sam Curren (telegramsam), Andrew Whitehead (cywolf)
aries-sdk-ruby: John Callahan (johncallahan)
aries-sdk-go: Arjan Van Eersel (arjanvaneersel)
aries-sdk-ios (Objective-C and Swift): Steve McCown (smccown)
aries-sdk-android: Mike Lodder (mikelodder7)
aries-sdk-dotnet: Tomislav Markovski (tmarkovski), Thomas Shelton (twshelton)
Also: aries-sdk: Sergey Minaev (jovfer), Artem Ivanov (Artemkaaas), Sam Curren (telegramsam)