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[online-plugfest] minutes - 28 September 2018 - slot C

From: Kazuyuki Ashimura <ashimura@w3.org>
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2018 02:46:05 +0900
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also as text below.

Thanks,

Kazuyuki

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                            Online PlugFest

28 Sep 2018 - slot C

Attendees

   Present
          Kaz_Ashimura, Itaru_Nakagawa, Kunihiko_Toumura,
          Michael_Koster, Michael_Lagally, Michael_McCool,
          Takeshi_Sano, Takeshi_Yamada, Tomoaki_Mizushima

   Regrets

   Chair
          McCool

   Scribe
          kaz

Contents

     * [2]Topics
         1. [3]Intel
         2. [4]SmartThings
         3. [5]Fujitsu
         4. [6]Oracle
         5. [7]Hitachi
         6. [8]Fujitsu (revisited)
         7. [9]Panasonic
     * [10]Summary of Action Items
     * [11]Summary of Resolutions
     __________________________________________________________

   [12]main README.md

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

Intel

   McCool: something is still wrong
   ... will work on that
   ... more work tomorrow
   ... my CoAP devices on VLAN difficult to use
   ... went through and cleaned up my TDs

   [13]webspeak.json

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

   McCool: updated my proxy



   "href": "[14]http://upsq0.local:8085/api/say",

     [14] http://upsq0.local:8085/api/say

   ]]

   McCool: for actions to "say"
   ... my camera has "crop" action
   ... input/output are different
   ... wondering how to deal with that pattern
   ... will dig up right TDs



   "[15]http://www.w3.org/ns/td",

     [15] http://www.w3.org/ns/td

   ]]

   McCool: currently using HTTP
   ... but would use HTTPS



   "iot": "[16]http://iotschema.org/",

     [16] http://iotschema.org/

   "http": "[17]http://www.w3.org/2011/http#"

     [17] http://www.w3.org/2011/http

   ]]

   McCool: the above two seems to work now
   ... use POST for write/update



   "rel": "invokeaction",

   "http:methodName": "POST"

   ]]

   Koster: "rel" should be there
   ... we have default

   [18]OCF-TDs.json

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

   McCool: above TD has 21 devices

   Koster: I'd like one pager now

   McCool: straight down OAuth for TPAC

SmartThings

   Koster: have MQTT device
   ... light and light sensor
   ... get MQTT notification for light sensor

   McCool: who would do another JS thing?
   ... turn light on/off

   Kaz: maybe Toumura-san?

   Koster: have some timing to work
   ... that's working at least on my illumination sensor
   ... next work for VPN
   ... it's critical to get VLAN going
   ... we can build the VPN client into the device
   ... but not use case for us
   ... we need DHCP, etc.
   ... should list what we need

   McCool: maybe Nakagawa-san is interested
   ... people from Intel also

   Koster: this is forIETF forks
   ... working on VPN

   McCool: can forward Nakagawa-san's stuff

   Koster: OCF devices working
   ... native CoAP stuff to be done
   ... illumination sensor, motion sensor
   ... will share my codes
   ... not to be done today, though

   McCool: are you taking pictures?

   Koster: will do

   McCool: please take pictures

Fujitsu

   Sano: connected devices via proxy
   ... SmartThings light
   ... Eurecom
   ... Intel
   ... could get connected
   ... also tried Oracle
   ... but couldn't handle the URL since it was %_encoded
   ... Nakagawa-san reported that node-red direct connection

   Itaru: wot client by node-red
   ... tested all vendors at least with one for each
   ... right now it's too detail to report
   ... would like to contact each person to make it clear

   McCool: would follow up via F-Interop?

   Itaru: tested site-to-site connection
   ... it's not internet-wide test
   ... some difference
   ... there is some information
   ... might be useful for McCool

   McCool: Michael Koster and myself would follow the instruction

   Itaru:local testbed network
   ... client-to-client directly using openvpn configuration
   ... good for our test bed
   ... that's local one using DHCP
   ... we can get IP addresses by that

   Kaz: question about F-Interop

   McCool: somebody need to provide information
   ... multiple people should do that

   Koster: was kind of concerned

   Kaz: at the moment, F-Interop itself is not included here.
   right?

   McCool: right

   Kaz: we should talk with Dave, Federico, Ege, etc., who are
   working on that

   Koster: Federico gave some message

   Kaz: wondering if their mechanism would be really reusable for
   our purposes

   Koster: wondering about VLAN, etc.
   ... custom server for DHCP, etc.

   McCool: we don't really need great scalability ourselves

   Koster: we can have port filtering, etc.
   ... or switching network

Oracle

   Lagally: working on node-wot
   ... bridge servient capable JS script
   ... bridging different networks
   ... trying to get a bridge into Panasonic
   ... good to see messages
   ... not yet done
   ... also Siemens festplan
   ... earlier question today

   McCool: Matthias is not available today

   Lagally: also worked with speech service from Intel
   ... but got message like "not found"

   McCool: have to post message to "portal.mmccool.net:29453/say"
   ... would look into it
   ... string in quotes?
   ... double quote + string + double quote

   Lagally: can share my screen?

   McCool: sure

   Lagally: sending PUT this URL
   ... (shows his Postman UI)
   ... used PUT

   McCool: please try POST instead
   ... and "api/say"

   (and it works!)

   McCool: need to fix the URL within TD (and add "api/")

   Lagally: ok
   ... and working a bit longer today
   ... turn on light in Osaka by Panasonic

Hitachi

   Toumura: (share screen)
   ... (node-red ui)
   ... intel and oracle simulator
   ... some sample app connected to...
   ... industry use case monitoring bug
   ... provided by Oracle simulator
   ... in normal situation, monitoring output temperature
   ... shows Panasonic bulletin board
   ... (shows Oracle digital twin simulator UI)
   ... tried to send message to Fujitsu's lamp
   ... but wrong URL
   ... now it works ok

   McCool: can you take screen shot?

   Toumura: yes

   Kaz: so connected to Panasonic
   ... but not Fujitsu?

   Toumura: rotary beacon not connected

   Sano: sorry it's not working now

   McCool: pretty sexy

   Toumura: tx

   <mlagally> Lagally: we keep the simulators and cloud service
   instance up and running until Lyon

   Lagally: if anybody wants to continue to use oracle simulator,
   please do so

Fujitsu (revisited)

   Matsukura: Sano-san and Nakagawa-san have already made report

Panasonic

   Yamada: (share screen)
   ... node-red UI
   ... triggering sensor is done
   ... cleaning up is done
   ... turn on MQTT done
   ... turn off light done
   ... these 3 (close window blinds, turn on surveillance camera,
   control other devices)

   Kaz: 3rd one means collaboration with Toumura-san's app?

   Yamada: yes
   ... in the future

   McCool: tx
   ... it's late night in Japan
   ... still need to work more
   ... personally will keep working for Lyon
   ... we've got a lot of progress

   Kaz: so people are encouraged to generate summary reports from
   this online plugfest effort
   ... and we can check the progress and next step during the
   upcoming PF call on Oct 3

   [online plugfest adjourned; people can continue to use this
   webex for a while if needed; also can talk with each other on
   this IRC channel]

Summary of Action Items

Summary of Resolutions

   [End of minutes]
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