From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Koen Holtman) Message-Id: <199805221649.SAA00371@wsooti08.win.tue.nl> To: email@example.com (Josh Cohen) Date: Fri, 22 May 1998 18:49:20 +0200 (MET DST) Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Last call on mandatory issues Josh Cohen: > [...] >Please review and comment. > >1) Concensus was that the current working in Mandatory is correct. A >solution to the discussion was proposed to a) take out the current wording >in Mandatory and leave it "as defined in HTTP" and b) do one of the >following in order of preference: > > - Make a plea to Larry and Jim that the notion of end-to-end > is clarified in HTTP/1.1 spec as currently stated in Mandatory > - Make a note in the (now yet written) extension guide lines > discussing the floating notion of end-to-end. > >Action: Henrik to talk to Larry and Jim. >Status: Ready for last call on mailing list I would prefer a solution in which you use a new term like agent-to-agent extension. I think that using 'end' for something which is in the middle is just too confusing. Don't clarify broken terminology: just stop using it. Koen.