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Re: Outstanding Action Items

From: Mark Nottingham <mnot@mnot.net>
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2013 13:14:16 +1100
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FYI, am now tracking these here:

On 05/02/2013, at 3:20 PM, Mark Nottingham <mnot@mnot.net> wrote:

> I see (or, sometimes, infer) the following action items in the minutes:
> * Mark: re-ping the TLS WG for NPN status
> * Eliot: write text for a registry of opaque strings to identify different things to negotiate for
> * Martin: explain use case for weights in the DNS record
> * Eliot: revise his RR proposal based upon discussion
> * Roberto: revise draft and ship new example code for delta
> * Herve: publish draft and ship example code for headerdiff
> * Roberto / Will / Hasan: assure that SPDY4 changes are raised as issues for WG to consider, or given to editors if purely editorial
> * Mark: raise a new issue for handing Expect/100-continue
> * Mark: raise a new issue for negotiation of trailers
> * Mark: raise a new issue for indicating the end of a header block
> * Mark: raise a new issue about assuring that routing data (e.g., :host, :path, :scheme) appears before headers
> * Roberto: make detailed proposal for frame size w/ continuation bit
> * Will: make a detailed proposal for sesion-level flow control. Initial values to be 64k.
> * Eliot: amend his record to accommodate "initial options"
> * Roberto: forward complete proposal from spdy4 for grouping and re-prioritisation
> * Hasan: write a proposal for pushpromise; moving associated-to from synstream to it.
> * Will: double check that spdy's change to directionality for max streams has made it into http/2, or raise issue.
> * Editors: flesh out security considerations for server push, or note in new issue
> * Mike B: make proposal on list for security/privacy considerations of settings.
> * Eliot + Martin: Start discussion of magic on list.  DONE
> * Hasan: Send proposal about metrics to gather during testing to list.
> * Mark: Continue discussion of testing / data gathering on list.
> Please reply here when you've completed one. And, if I've missed one, please yell.
> --
> Mark Nottingham   http://www.mnot.net/

Mark Nottingham   http://www.mnot.net/
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