7, June 2022  — 11:00 PT, 14:00 ET, 18:00 UTC, 19:00 CET

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Alex Tweeddale Lynn Bendixsen

Jessica Townsend Joachim Miller

Markus Sabadello filipe pinto 


  • Assign action items for next meeting
  • Establish work plan for WG deliverables and workflow guidance
  • Gather agenda suggestions for next meeting

Antitrust Policy

Agenda Items

1 minWelcome

2 mins

Antitrust Policy Notice

5 minsAnnouncementsChairs & All
  • Cardea and Linux Foundation Public Health are pleased to invite you to our Interop-a-thon that will take place on June 16, 2022, 8:00am-12:00pm MST (see additional details below in announcements)
  • Discussion to be scheduled next week to discuss building of governance frameworks for the stack (wrap governance for layers 1-3 under consideration)
10 minsAction Item ReviewChairs
15 minsWhat's Next

A. Tweeddale

0 minsUpdates on UtilitiesL. Bendixsen

0 mins




  •  Cardea and Linux Foundation Public Health are pleased to invite you to our Interop-a-thon that will take place on June 16, 2022, 8:00am-12:00pm MST. Please read this blog with further details about the event here. This interactive event will comprise teams across the verifiable credentials community testing products and solutions both in the market and in development for interoperability. The goal is to discover what needs to be done to ensure that all are fully interoperable with Cardea and with one another. Participants will come away with an understanding of where the gaps are in interoperability and how they can be fixed. Observers are also welcome to attend!I have added this here because those who would like to bring their own network to this event are also welcome to participate!

Task Force SOS (Scrum of Scrums)

TF NameMissionMembersStatus

Public Identity Utilities for Digital Trust Ecosystems - an Overview

This document provides a comprehensive framework on how to evaluate whether an existing Layer 1 Public Utility (Utility) will meet your needs as a consumer or considerations that should be made when looking to develop a Self-Sovereign Identity (“SSI”) ecosystem of your own.

Ready for Steering review/signoff - ToIP Layer 1 - Utility Foundry - Google Docs

DID Utility ComparisonRubric with criteria for choosing a utility to support evaluation
Decentralized Identity & Regulatory Compliance

What should go on-ledger: Decentralized Identity & Regulatory Compliance

Decision Points

Discussion Items

  • Overview of GoDiddy - hosting platform for SSI development/solution providers to support resolving, managing and searching for DiDs - listen to recording starting at 10 min into start of meeting

Open Items

Low priority items that failed gain volunteers to champion cause.