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[online-plugfest] minutes - 27 September 2018 - slot C

From: Kazuyuki Ashimura <ashimura@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2018 23:59:17 +0900
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                               - DRAFT -

                        Online PlugFest - slot C

27 Sep 2018


          Kaz_Ashimura, Itaru_Nakagawa, Matthias_Kovatsch,
          Michael_Lagally, Michael_McCool, Takeshi_Sano,
          Kunihiko_Toumura, Michael_Koster, Benjamin_Klotz,
          Takeshi_Yamada, Ryuichi_Matsukura, Toru_Kawaguchi





     * [2]Topics
         1. [3]PRs
         2. [4]Intel
         3. [5]Eurecom
         4. [6]Panasonic
         5. [7]Hitachi
         6. [8]Siemens
         7. [9]SmartThings
         8. [10]Oracle
         9. [11]Fujitsu
        10. [12]Panasonic (revisited)
        11. [13]SmartThings (revisited)
     * [14]Summary of Action Items
     * [15]Summary of Resolutions


   McCool: merged PRs
   ... working with Koster

   Kaz: PR 554, 553, 552?

   McCool: right


     [16] https://github.com/w3c/wot/pull/554


     [17] https://github.com/w3c/wot/pull/553


     [18] https://github.com/w3c/wot/pull/552


   McCool: proxies all working now
   ... trying CoAP stuff
   ... but some problem maybe due to the VPN server
   ... that's my working assumption
   ... rather than fight more, set up a bridge for physical
   ... first thing to do tomorrow morning

   Koster: that's my next step too to set up a bridge

   McCool: can sent an email

   Koster: would like to try any way

   McCool: would send an email to Toru and Itaru
   ... also updated all my TDs
   ... only thing here


     [19] https://github.com/w3c/wot/blob/master/testing/online/intel.md

   McCool: go back to the main README.md


     [20] https://github.com/w3c/wot/blob/master/plugfest/2018-sept-online/README.md

   McCool: and TD


     [21] https://github.com/w3c/wot/blob/master/plugfest/2018-sept-online/TDs/Intel/OCF-TDs.json

   Kaz: you changed the break line code?

   McCool: also changed the IP address for VLAN
   ... and CoAP thing here
   ... protocol binding for OCF devices


   Benjamin: included some note in the preparation.md


     [22] https://github.com/w3c/wot/blob/master/plugfest/2018-sept-online/preparation-eurecom

   Kaz: the file doesn't have an identifier of ".md", so not
   correctly rendered

   Benjamin: will fix it

   McCool: do you use OAuth?

   Benjamin: both OAuth and OAuth2 on the same IP address

   McCool: changed the IP address on README.md

   Benjamin: yes

   McCool: (adds ".md" to the file name of preparation-eurecom)


   Toru: working with Oracle server
   ... now can access the vehicle simulator too
   ... Benjamin also accesses our devices

   McCool: you're using local network?

   Toru: Takeshi is working on that

   McCool: btw, Benjamin, what's your next step?

   Benjamin: a few app servients
   ... connected car and simulator from Oracle
   ... also vehicle and smart home
   ... and some testing
   ... MQTT for smart parking
   ... also practice with servient with different protocols

   McCool: and what is the next step, Toru?

   Toru: would check the remote proxy tomorrow


   Toumura: not much updates
   ... would try Intel's devices using new OCF interface
   ... but can't access Intel devices
   ... will continue to work on that

   McCool: portal or VLAN?

   Toumura: using portal

   McCool: please double check the setting
   ... portal is up and down for a while
   ... appears working now

   Toumura: the URLs here correct (on README.md)?

   McCool: did you get password prompt?

   Toumura: can't see password prompt

   McCool: does require authentication

   Toumura: password for proxy and basic authentication

   McCool: email later on
   ... hope issues will be sorted out tomorrow morning

   Toumura: tomorrow would continue to build things


   Matthias: working again on node-wot
   ... command line tools
   ... parameter for config file fixed
   ... some improvement
   ... updated fest proxy
   ... also finished new command line tool
   ... exposes to Fujitsu or Oracle
   ... hope it makes node-wot to become local proxy
   ... tested API version
   ... registered with Fujitsu proxy, but quite slow
   ... not sure why

   McCool: update on Thing Directory?

   Matthias: Victor did some fixes
   ... 500 error already notified
   ... is the Fujitsu remote proxy operational at the moment?

   Sano: it's activated now

   Matthias: some delay with websocket connection
   ... a few seconds
   ... Thing doesn't come up
   ... wondering what the issue is

   Kaz: Sano-san, do you think you can check the connectivity?

   Sano: will check it

   Kaz: 2 possibilities
   ... check the log with Matthias's case
   ... also can check the connectivity using Fujitsu's client

   Sano: ok

   Matthias: the list didn't show up so far
   ... there was only Panasonic's UUID devices

   Sano: will check what's happening

   Matthias: note that the delay might be a side effect
   ... bigger issue is that my client doesn't show up

   Sano: ok


   Koster: MQTT motion sensor
   ... cloud-reachable
   ... just need to add security and a couple of syntax
   ... no security so far

   McCool: we have no security specified by "nosec"
   ... need to fix that

   Koster: would like to enable basic auth
   ... on my node-red
   ... will be doing that
   ... but no way to add sensors
   ... don't have Internet bubble head myself
   ... and also would use MQTT actions
   ... so far working on VPN setting
   ... common server-side pattern

   McCool: tested VLAN

   Koster: could use MAC address for VLAN?

   McCool: level 2 may be broadcasting

   Koster: the process of discovery

   McCool: definition of device class like lump
   ... let's try to integrate your directory and mine

   Koster: we should put all the tools together?

   McCool: pretty interesting

   Koster: going to try node-wot scripting
   ... and semantic integration
   ... how to build all the vocabulary?

   Yamada: how to get TDs from SmartThings?

   Koster: not yet, but will upload my TDs on GitHub
   ... this morning


   Lagally: working with Panasonic for a few topics
   ... including the issue Toru mentioned
   ... monitoring applications
   ... work in progress


   Sano: Fujitsu tried to connect with CoAP devices
   ... from our app via proxy
   ... can get connected
   ... would control CoAP devices via the proxy
   ... tomorrow will try the other CoAP devices

   McCool: any non-CoAP devices?

   Sano: VLAN devices as well

   McCool: your own implementation?
   ... made your own CoAP devices?

   Sano: no
   ... we don't have any CoAP devices

   McCool: ok

Panasonic (revisited)

   Yamada: some problems so far
   ... but will fix them and get ready tomorrow

   McCool: everybody has made a report
   ... the meeting can be adjourned
   ... but people can stay here if want

   Lagally+Koster: can stay here

SmartThings (revisited)

   <mjkoster> this TD should work


     [23] https://github.com/w3c/wot/blob/master/plugfest/2018-bundang/TDs/SmartThings/td-light.json

   <mjkoster> but doesn't have the security statement so it won't

   Koster: the above TD from Bundang should work

   Kaz: will we work for "C+1" and "C+2" today?

   McCool: have conflict, so will work tomorrow

   Kaz: in that case, please update the "possible slot" with the
   updated information

   Matthias: would prefer the slots today

   Lagally: how long should we extend this slot?
   ... +1h or +2h?

   Kaz: Matthias, will you come back in 1h or 2h?

   Matthias: think in 1h

   Sano: need to leave in 0.5h

   Matthias: still have some issue
   ... would be great if you could work on that now

   Kaz: Sano-san, please try to work on that within 30mins from
   ... if it's impossible to fix the issue now, you can work on
   that tomorrow

   [slot C adjourned; but we'll stay here for 2h (at max)]

Summary of Action Items

Summary of Resolutions

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