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[PlugFest/Testing] minutes - 8 September 2021

From: Kazuyuki Ashimura <ashimura@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2021 05:32:26 +0900
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      [1] https://www.w3.org/

                         WoT Plugfest/Testfest

08 September 2021

   [2]Agenda. [3]IRC log.

      [2] https://www.w3.org/WoT/IG/wiki/index.php?title=PlugFest_WebConf&action=edit&section=9
      [3] https://www.w3.org/2021/09/08-wot-pf-irc


          Kaz_Ashimura, Kunihiko_Toumura, Michael_Lagally,
          Michael_McCool, Tetsushi_Matsuda, Tomoaki_Mizushima





    1. [4]Minutes
    2. [5]Logistics
    3. [6]Summary of action items

Meeting minutes



      [7] https://www.w3.org/2021/09/01-wot-pf-minutes.html

   McCool: looks fine
   … any objections?




   [8]Plugfest/Testfest page for TPAC

      [8] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/tree/main/events/2021.09.Online

   McCool: will we have VPN?

   Kaz: should be still available
   … we can re-use the instruction for the March Plugfest/Testfest

   McCool: ok
   … (give some summary information to Matsuda-san)
   … VPN provided instead of local network
   … useful for testing

   Matsuda: how the IP addresses are allocated within the VPN

   [9]VPN instruction

      [9] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/tree/main/tools/vpn

   McCool: (gives some explanation based on the above instruction)

   [10]IP address assignment in the past

     [10] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/blob/main/tools/vpn/ip.csv

   Toumura: some configuration for SoftEther server may need to be
   … need to check

   McCool: could you help for that?

   Toumura: don't have the root account myself

   Kaz: thought we had consult with the Systeam, and gave the root
   account to Toumura-san at some point
   … but haven't you got one?

   Toumura: no...

   Kaz: let's check with the Systeam again then

   McCool: another point is a possible gateway using Raspberry PI

   [11]network setting for TPAC 2020

     [11] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/tree/main/events/2020.09.Online

   McCool: the question is whether you want to get connected
   directly or via a gateway

   Kaz: we need to clarify the network setting in general
   … and think we need Toumura-san's help
   … will work with him and ask the Systeam for help

   McCool: right
   … we should clarify who wants to get connected the VPN or the
   Internet, etc.

   Action: kaz to make sure Toumura-san gets root access for the
   VPN service for Plugfest

   Kaz: btw, who would participate in the Plugfest/Testfest for
   TPAC 2021?

   McCool: think, Toumura-san, Matsuda-san, myself (McCool) and
   Koster at least
   … should clarify who would join the Testfest part and who would
   join the Plugfest part
   … and also what project to be checked

   Kaz: right
   … who would be on the client side and who would be on the
   device side

   Matsuda: regarding ECHONET, not myself but somebody from
   ECHONET will participate in the Plugfest
   … I can be the contact point, though

   McCool: ok
   … what about you, Toumura-san?

   Toumura: no plan for extending the nodeRED client
   … but can check the connectivity with the other entities based
   on the existing implementation

   McCool: any discussion on the opensource project?

   Toumura: not yet

   McCool: how about trying mDNS + TDD queries?
   … would be useful
   … for retail use cases as well

   Toumura: happy to work on the possible implementation in the
   … but currently don't have enough time

   Kaz: so we should see what we can

   Toumura: yes, a client based on node generator
   … not sure we can publish it as opensource software at the
   moment, though

   Kaz: ok
   … so let's put our proposals on the GH page, and check with the
   listed people to see what's possible

   McCool: yes, let's do so

   Matsuda: is it possible for you to join the ECHONET project and
   provide a client?

   Toumura: yes, I'm happy to do so

   Kaz: great
   … let's list all the possible entities including both the
   client (=consumer) side and the device (=producer) side like
   McCool is doing now :)
   … and let's see the possible combination on which client to be
   connected with which device next week including some more
   … confirming Toumura-san is OK with getting connected with the
   ECHONET device is great

   McCool: ok
   … (then creates some more additional sub-directories for
   Testfest, e.g., Discovery and Profiles, in addition to TD)

   Kaz: btw, how should we test the specs like Architecture,
   Discovery and Profiles other than TD?

   McCool: good question
   … TD is straightforward
   … we can check the generated TDs themselves
   … regarding Architecture, we need to check the assertions
   … regarding Discovery, may need to schema, etc.
   … still need to think about the procedure

   Matsuda: I have yet another question on the logistics
   … need clarification about the time

   Toumura: 9am EDT is 10pm JST

   Matsuda: ok
   … btw, is it ok to forward the webex information to the
   engineers working on our implementations?

   McCool: sure
   … also we can exchange information by email as well

   Matsuda: ok


Summary of action items

    1. [12]kaz to make sure Toumura-san gets root access for the
       VPN service for Plugfest

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