- Update on June releases.
- Planned releases for July and August.
- Discussed call mechanics.
- Discussed documentation improvements.
- Discussed improvements to how transactions are endorsed.
Timezone: US morning and Europe afternoon
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- Name (organization) <email>
- Sam Curren (Sovrin Foundation) <email@example.com>
- Richard Esplin (Evernym) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Samuel Smith (Sovrin Foundation) email@example.com
- Tomislav Markovski (Streetcred) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Indy SDK call being cancelled
Summary of Prior Call
- Indy Node
- Early July: 1.9.0 Pluggable Request Handlers
- CI / CD problems left us broken for days. Release is likely to be next week.
- July: 1.9.1
- Bug fix release
- Still trying for late July
- August: 1.9.2
- September: 1.10.0
- Indy SDK
- Early July: Indy SDK 1.10.0
- Flexible Credential Attribute Tagging (BC.gov)
- CI / CD problems left us broken for days. Release is likely to be late this week.
- Late July:
- GitLab migration alongside Jenkins (Foundation)?
- Linux should be ready, maybe Windows.
- Need a plan for mobile devices.
- Could run it right after the release.
- LibVCX without agency (Evernym)
- Platform Updates (Evernym?)
- Aries / Indy split
- Anoncreds 2.0 (Sovrin Foundation, BC.gov?)
- June: 0.1.2
- Exposing the existing functionality over a C-API for the Aroha team.
- Not tagged in GitHub
- July: 0.2.0
- Refactor internal plumbing for anoncreds 2.0, shouldn't impact external interfaces
- Multi-signature BLS instead of aggregated signature
- Agent from Indy Catalyst migrated to aries-cloudagent-python (BC.gov)
- Initial code migration from SDK repositories
- Indy Catalyst
- Migration from BC repos this week.
- Documentation improvements: Michael B and Stephen C
- Start with new developer path through Aries.
- Need to review and prune out-of-date documentation (Alice / Faber treatment of pairwise DIDs is a key pain point)
- Michael is working on Indy Agent walkthrough using C#
- SDK 2.0 architecture / Indy-Aries split (Sergey)
- Payment decorator (Sergey)
- Tomislav has some feedback that should be incorporated
- GitLab migration (Mike and Steve G)
- Evaluated Circle CI, but it doesn't support Windows
- Blocking various platform updates and CI / CD improvements
- Warnings from rust cargo clippy (Mike)
- IS-1270 through IS-1274
- Will look at again in July
- New design for revocation / Anoncreds 2.0 (Mike)
- Would be useful to have a comparison in performance between Anoncreds 1.0 and Anoncreds 2.0
- First draft is latex document in Ursa repo. Will be published as PDF and HTML.
- Need a plan for changes to Indy Node
- Call mechanics:
- Merge this call with the Indy SDK working group calls
- Timing: move afternoon call later to pick up more of Asia
- Frequency of the call: move to every week alternating timezones
- Will begin recording the call
- Documentation improvements: (a conversation for the US / Europe group, already had it with US / Asia)
- Where to document changes? HIPEs/Repo Docs/Jira Tickets
- PR's should link back to Jira tickets / GitHub issues
- Goal is for each PR to link to somewhere that includes additional context / underlying motivation
- Exclude RFC and HIPE repos
- Need to revisit Hyperledger's policy on GitHub issues
- Rocket Chat questions should be pushed to Stack Overflow
- Recording transaction endorsers and INDY-1999