Summary

First time doing notes on the wiki

Date

Hyperledger Code of Conduct

Anti-Trust Policy:

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Attendees

NameOrganizationEmail
Stephen CurranCloud Compass/BC Govswcurran@cloudcompass.ca
Nathan GeorgeSovrin Foundationnathan@sovrin.org
Michael LodderSovrin Foundationmike@sovrin.org
Thomas SheltonIndependenttwshelton@hrtoolbox.com
Sam CurrenSovrin Foundationsam@sovrin.org
Richard EsplinEvernymrichard.esplin@evernym.com
Cam ParraKivacamilop@kiva.org



























Announcements

Agenda



WhoNotes
Summary of Prior callEverybody
What is the schedule for creating Aries repos and moving contentDaniel and Sam
Reception of Aries project and timeline for Indy migrationSam

Cred Def 2.0, Revocation Registry 2.0

Mike

Dependency preventing Ubuntu 18.04?  Bounty?



HIPEs, Aries-RFCs, Ursa-RFCs, Sovrin SIPs, docs folders

(How do we manage the multiple locations)




Notes

Next Week

Action items

Call Recording