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[Bug 9837] RE: "should we make this only useful for AV streaming" - NO! type='fs' is a godsend, can there be type='eth' or ='net' with multi-protocol support (tcp, udp, dccp, sctp, etc)? that would rip the door open on the issue of websocket falling short in areas.

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Date: Thu, 03 Jun 2010 04:37:45 +0000
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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=9837


Joseph A Thomas <jthoma12@calpoly.edu> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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                 CC|                            |jthoma12@calpoly.edu
            Summary|RE: "should we make this    |RE: "should we make this
                   |only useful for AV          |only useful for AV
                   |streaming" - NO! type='fs'  |streaming" - NO! type='fs'
                   |is a godsend, can there be  |is a godsend, can there be
                   |type='eth' or ='net' with   |type='eth' or ='net' with
                   |multi-protocol support      |multi-protocol support
                   |(tcp, udp, dccp, sctp       |(tcp, udp, dccp, sctp,
                   |                            |etc)? that would rip the
                   |                            |door open on the issue of
                   |                            |websocket falling short in
                   |                            |areas.
            Summary|etc) would rip the door     |
                   |open on the whole thing     |
                   |using the basic <device>    |
                   |security and                |
           Severity|normal                      |major




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