Summary

  • Discussed release status of various dependent components
  • GitLab migration still in progress
  • What to do about IndySDK→AriesSDK+IndyResolver migration
    • C Callable Wrappers and Rust
    • Anoncreds 2.0
    • Schema 2.0
  • Documentation updates
    • Call to contribute or deprecate out of date documentation
  • Discussion on Indy WG call becoming an Identity WG Implementers call

Timezone: US afternoon and Asia morning

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