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[PlugFest/Testing] minutes - 27 May 2020

From: Kazuyuki Ashimura <ashimura@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 09 Jun 2020 16:10:54 +0900
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27 May 2020


      [2] https://www.w3.org/WoT/IG/wiki/PlugFest_WebConf#Agenda_05.27.2020


          Kaz_Ashimura, Daniel_Peintner, Kunihiko_Toumura,
          Michael_Koster, Michael_Lagally, Michael_McCool,
          Ryuichi_Matsukura, Sebastian_Kaebisch, Mizushima_,





     * [3]Topics
         1. [4]Prev minutes
         2. [5]GitHub site
     * [6]Summary of Action Items
     * [7]Summary of Resolutions

   <scribe> scribenick: kaz

   McCool: plugfest time changed
   ... now June 15-19
   ... would suggest we cancel the regular calls
   ... will make official resolution next Wednesday
   ... let's review the minutes quickly

Prev minutes

   [8]May-20 minutes

      [8] https://www.w3.org/2020/05/20-wot-pf-minutes.html

   McCool: we didn't really do a doodle
   ... but simply shifted the date by 2 weeks
   ... (goes through the minutes)
   ... did some work on testing
   ... scenarios as well
   ... WISHI to be finalized
   ... would talk about the LinkSmart directory today
   ... typo of "Frsid"
   ... any objections to publish other than the typo?


   McCool: approved

GitHub site


      [9] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/tree/master/events/2020.06.Online

   [10]online plugfest site

     [10] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/tree/master/events/2020.06.Online

   McCool: go through the wiki and get resources
   ... then major sections for setup
   ... TDs for TD links
   ... and a section for data to be captured during the PlugFest
   ... still ongoing

   [11]Setup instructions

     [11] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/blob/master/events/2020.06.Online/setup.md

   McCool: TD validation by Playground
   ... TD archival to put actual TDs
   ... register TDs with the LinkSmart directory
   ... response from the W3C Systeam about VPN
   ... AWS instance for SoftEther
   ... they've already installed the software
   ... and we should set it up
   ... need to have some bridge software as well
   ... could be a Raspberry Pi
   ... the procedure is in progress

   Kaz: can ask the Systeam to configure an account for you,

   McCool: ok
   ... we're making progress
   ... when we've got further information, will put it here on the

   [12]LinkSmart setting

     [12] https://github.com/linksmart/thing-directory

   McCool: there is a link to LinkSmart setting page

   [13]Demo page

     [13] https://github.com/linksmart/thing-directory/wiki/Demo

   McCool: there is a demo page as well

   [14]Swagger UI

     [14] http://linksmart.eu/swagger-ui/dist/?url=https://raw.githubusercontent.com/linksmart/thing-directory/master/apidoc/openapi-spec.yml

   McCool: and Swagger UI there
   ... could register TDs manually

   Lagally: folder structure
   ... we had some more folders
   ... having at least "tools" would make sense

   McCool: agree

   Lagally: probably some tools to be used there

   McCool: happy to add a "tools" directory
   ... also maybe "prototype" directory
   ... (create a subfolder and add a placeholder README.md for

   Lagally: another point
   ... going to have a lot of TDs there
   ... security credentials for different devices
   ... what would be the best way to handle them
   ... to get appropriate credentials properly
   ... for authorized users

   McCool: let me add it to the To Do list
   ... (adds it to the "To Do" list on the PlugFest agenda wiki)
   ... maybe we could create a mailing list for credential

   Lagally: any mechanism provided by LinkSmart?

   McCool: no
   ... we have to add credentials to this
   ... we'll have to discuss this

   Lagally: basic auth and TLS

   McCool: yes
   ... it's kind of tricky to handle it with VPN, though
   ... need to see SoftEther configuration
   ... have to figure out how it works
   ... how to get keys and how to distribute it
   ... will think about it
   ... but probably could use a mailing list for that purpose

   Kaz: we could ask all the TF participants for help, e.g.,

   McCool: definitely
   ... (and then adds a subfolder for "scenario" and a placeholder
   ... we already have some like retail
   ... any volunteers for scenarios?

   Sebastian: would like to test features to query states/actions

   McCool: yeah
   ... scenarios are about the usage
   ... we should document it
   ... (and adds "prototypes" subfolder and a placeholder
   ... descriptions of various prototypes
   ... will add links t othe actual resources
   ... like LinkSmart directory
   ... then AI serives by Intel
   ... Sebastian, you can add your idea here

   Sebastian: Query state feature on actions

   McCool: (adds it to the list)
   ... feel free to update the description

   [15]Prototype subfolder

     [15] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/tree/master/events/2020.06.Online/prototypes

   McCool: anything else?
   ... would agree with Kaz that people are encouraged to
   volunteer and put their ideas here
   ... note that TDs are just TDs here
   ... we've agreed to use ".jsonld" as the identifier

   [16]Intel's TDs

     [16] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/tree/master/events/2020.06.Online/TDs/Intel

   McCool: already put (initial) TDs and also README.md

   Kaz: is that the one from TPAC 2019?

   McCool: yes, mostly
   ... copied it from TPAC 2019

   Kaz: so people can copy the examples from TPAC 2019 and then
   add some extensions (if they want)

   McCool: right
   ... (and then create "TDs/active.csv" as an example)
   ... "Org", "Name", Active"
   ... the "Name" corresponds to the one within the TD
   ... getting back to the "data" subdirectory
   ... the "data" subdirectory has some more subdirectories
   ... impl, interop and validation

   [17]Resources for the Implementation report

     [17] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/tree/master/events/2020.06.Online/data/impl

   McCool: copied the resources from the previous PlugFest

   [18]Intel's results in CSV

     [18] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/blob/master/events/2020.06.Online/data/impl/Intel/impl.csv

   [19]impl area

     [19] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/tree/master/events/2020.06.Online/data/impl

   McCool: others' results are also available above


     [20] https://github.com/w3c/wot-testing/tree/master/events/2020.06.Online/data/interop

   s/inerop/interop Interoperability test reuslts/

   McCool: resources for interoperability testing
   ... will add detailed descriptions later

   Lagally: data is pretty generic
   ... would be nicer to have more descriptive name/structure

   McCool: anyway created an initial structure
   ... please put your resources
   ... I have a todo list on the PlugFest wiki


   To Do

   * Wiki update

   * Scenarios

   * Proposals and Prototypes

   ** LinkSmart directory service (Fraunhofer)

   ** AI Services (Intel)

   * Credential distribution - mailing lists, need to capture

   * SoftEther VPN configuration and testing, bridge setup

   * Prework


   McCool: adding information to GitHub is good

   Matsukura: I've set up an AWS instance for SoftEther myself too

   McCool: would like to suggest you put your information under
   the "tools" area
   ... e.g., vpn.md

   Matsukura: some additional configuration is needed for the

   McCool: yes, e.g., reserved fixed IP

   Matsukura: can provide some additional information

   McCool: we could use some IPs within some specific area
   ... e.g., from 128 up

   Kaz: my question is which AWS instance to be used

   Matsukura: ok with using the W3C one

   McCool: in that case, let's ask the Systeam to give an account
   to Matsukura-san

   Kaz: so we want to get two more accounts, one for Matsukura-san
   and another for McCool

   McCool: right
   ... another question is semantic tagging
   ... to be discussed next time

   Koster: tx for the heads-up
   ... will work on that

   McCool: would put that into the directory

   Koster: ok


Summary of Action Items

Summary of Resolutions

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