Re: FYI... Binary Optimized Header Encoding for SPDY

Section 1.4 p7:

That would be, after 89 bytes and SPDY, 150 bytes and 150 bits, 28 bytes
and 28 bits, 102 bytes minus 102 bits. One SPDY version uses UTF8, another
uses int32, and the one with mobility uses only 16bit words (network

On Wednesday, August 1, 2012, James M Snell wrote:

> I have submitted an I-D describing the alternative header encoding for
> SPDY that I discussed previously. Should be pretty self-explanatory and
> there are plenty of examples given throughout. I know it still has yet to
> be decided whether SPDY will be the starting point for the HTTP/2.0 effort,
> but I wanted to make this available for discussion.
> - James

Received on Thursday, 2 August 2012 01:41:48 UTC