[core] T2TRG/WISHI/ASDF/CoRE hackathon @ IETF111: Monday 19th 1400Z

Carsten Bormann <cabo@tzi.org> Sun, 18 July 2021 19:27 UTC

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For the IETF 111 hackathon, we are planning some activities that relate to T2TRG (and its WISHI activity), ASDF, and CoRE.  We are cognizant that many will be on vacation that week, but we still want to get some work done ahead of the IETF111 happening the following week.

We’ll run a kickoff at 1400Z on this Monday (today/tomorrow depending on your timezone: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?msg=IETF111+hackathon+T2TRG-WISHI-ASDF-CoRE&iso=20210719T14&ah=1 ).

The main purpose is to see who is planning to do what and to set up collaboration points.
We also want to agree on a time (approximately, but not necessarily exactly 1400Z again) where we have a day sync call Tue to Fri; we’ll announce this here, so if Monday doesn’t work for you, you can chime in later.

You may want to pre-fill below’s CodiMD with any additional information that might be useful for the kickoff (or during the week).  You may also want to register for the hackathon at https://registration.ietf.org/111/new/hackathon/ .

Grüße, Carsten

# T2TRG/WISHI/ASDF/CoRE hackathon @ IETF111

Kickoff: Monday, 2021-07-19, 1400Z (60 min max)

Notes: https://codimd.ietf.org/hackathon-2021-t2trg-111-monday

Meetecho: https://meetings.conf.meetecho.com/interim/?short=5903310f-3a8d-4f3a-93c4-5dbb1c9cb768

Note that we will use meetecho for this meeting.
Please check whether your datatracker account works; if it doesn’t, reset its password or get a new one at:


(It is worth doing this ahead of time as there may need to be an interaction with the IETF secretariat.)

## Areas of work

### SDF related

* tools (e.g., sdf compact)
* definition(s) of equivalence
* converters (translations) from SDF to X, from X to SDF
    * YANG (sdf-yang-converter.org) (*)
    * WoT (sdf-wot-converter.org)
    * IPSO/LwM2M (https://github.com/EricssonResearch/ipso-odm)
    * OCF?
    * Azure DTDL (*)
        * curl --data-urlencode sdf@test-sdf-file.sdf.json http://wishi.nomadiclab.com:8083/odm2dtdl
* CI pipeline to keep translations up to date?

### CoRE related

* CoRE resource directory? (*)
* CoRAL, particularly -href (CRIs) (*)

### Others?