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[PlugFest/Test] minutes - 3 October 2018

From: Kazuyuki Ashimura <ashimura@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2018 09:46:48 +0900
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also as text below.

Thanks a lot for taking these minutes, Ege!




      [1] http://www.w3.org/

                               - DRAFT -

                           WoT PlugFest/Test

03 Oct 2018


          Kaz_Ashimura, Michael_McCool, Takeshi_Sano, Ege_Korkan,
          Tomoaki_Mizushima, Kunihiko_Toumura, Michael_Lagally,
          Ryuichi_Matsukura, Takeshi_Yamada, Toru_Kawaguchi





     * [2]Topics
         1. [3]Agenda
         2. [4]Fujitsu report
         3. [5]Validation
         4. [6]Lyon preparation
     * [7]Summary of Action Items
     * [8]Summary of Resolutions

   <kaz> scribenick: egekorkan


   <kaz> McCool: online plugfest report and lyon planning

Fujitsu report

   Matsukura: Sano-san will give Fujitsu's report


      [9] https://github.com/w3c/wot/blob/master/plugfest/2018-sept-online/result-fujitsu.md

   Sano: as fujitsu we will provide td directory and proxy
   ... we provide authentification, basic auth.

   McCool: did you add https?

   Sano: no only http

   McCool: so you added basic oath but it was only with http

   Sano: this figure is about sequence diagrams between directory,
   servient and proxy

   Kaz: could you make the page bigger

   Sano: application could connect to the devices via proxy,
   ... but some devices couldn't connect to the proxy, oracle
   reported that
   ... now we fixed the bug

   McCool: so i see that you tested bearer and oath
   ... for the intel devices, since you tested http and https,
   they were using reverse proxy

   Sano: we connected on wlan device

   McCool: so you didnt try the online devices?

   Sano: no

   Kaz: different color for the lines, the ovals or the background
   to distinguish the VPN world from the Internet world?

   Lagally: maybe use colon instead of percent?

   McCool: td should be able to deal with that

   Sano: but proxy should do this encode

   McCool: speaking of validity, takeshi san are you done?

   Kaz: ml, which would be better, considering the BluePump from
   Oracle as a device? or part of the Oracle IoT Cloud Services?

   Lagally: what I understood, is the blue pump (connected to the
   ... we can simulate multitude of devices

   McCool: this is not the overall system. This figure shows the
   work of Fujitsu. Intel has also more devices

   Kaz: this is what you see from your point of view right?

   Sano: yes

   Lagally: It is a standalone device, open to the internet
   protected by basic auth at the moment

   <inserted> Kaz: so Lagally, this diagram having the Oracle
   BluePump as a blue bubble is fine from your viewpoint as well.

   <inserted> Lagally: yes

   McCool: intel has a similar architecture to oracle


   McCool: i want to talk about validation
   ... we used the validation tool

   Ege: which tool

   McCool: we used the playground but who has used the network
   interface devices

   <kaz> McCool: we changed the policy for security within the TD

   Ege: i have tried to use that tool for the previous plugfest

   <kaz> McCool: security is mandatory at the top level, and
   optional at the other levels

   Ege: but I havent used it for this one

   McCool: we can have a private meeting to use the vpn to test
   the validation tool on intel devices

   Ege: yes that would work, we can do it next week

   Kaz: will we put it in the services for Lyon?

   McCool: I have it here in this
   ... used but had a difficult to understand error

   <kaz> Kaz: can we use the playground validator as a web api?

   <kaz> McCool: there is a command line version as well

   Ege: but I use tool to validate so I cannot control the error
   ... there is a scripted version but not as a service
   ... we have also talked about merging the UIs of playground and

   McCool: but it would be better to do this as a service so that
   we can automate it

   <McCool> [10]https://github.com/thingweb/thingweb-playground

     [10] https://github.com/thingweb/thingweb-playground

   McCool: I can find it here on github
   ... so I can use it locally and then register only if it
   ... generally speaking, input validation is a good thing

Lyon preparation

   McCool: we should organize our organisation for the lyon
   ... we will be there in person
   ... I started using .local URLs in my TDs
   ... if people have IP addresses, we can use it like this
   ... so that transition (to ?) is easier
   ... this thing (directory) has no security
   ... so we should add it that evil people cannot abuse it
   ... koster had an hacker who did something to his node red
   service that had no security
   ... if you leave something online with no security, someone
   will find it
   ... listing the tools not as services

   Lagally: current list is very unstructured, some things are not
   available. we can structure it so that what is said available
   is always available and things that are not always available
   are structured
   ... I created a PR
   ... about scenarios

   McCool: (merges the PR)
   ... I think target features belong in the readme

   Kaz: we should also list onlineservients?

   McCool: services are thing that are not described/found in the
   td directory

   <inserted> Kaz: btw, I've started to wonder the relationship
   between "Services" and "Things", since there could be "virtual
   Things" as well.

   McCool: service has architectural purposes

   Ege: the network interface tester is a service but is
   implemented as a thing and has a TD
   ... I didn't how to make a UI for it and so on, so I
   implemented it as a Thing such that it has a TD that everyone
   can understand

   McCool: I see
   ... we can move these already completed things into available
   services structure

   Ege: you can also put the network interface tester into work in

   Lagally: listing already available services that can be used
   even before the plugfest

   McCool: the services listed under available are already running
   at the moment
   ... (organizes the services and things into categories)

   Lagally: you can put the ORacle cloud into infrastructure

   McCool: we can add more proxies here that I don't know of
   ... if others have suggestions we can do it here

   <kaz> Kaz: at some point, we should add possible applications
   as well

   McCool: I don't think these belong in the readme of the
   ... regarding the wlan, i took down my devices today
   ... any comments?

   Kaz: thank you very much to every body
   ... for attending the online plugfest

   McCool: it was a lot of work but learned a lot

   <kaz> [adjourned]

Summary of Action Items

Summary of Resolutions

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