Re: HTTP/QUIC Diverging from HTTP/2

thanks for that.

Yes, the whole meta discussion about why / benefits etc can influence 
adoption pressure, and decisions around whether we should support it or 
block it.



------ Original Message ------
From: "Martin Thomson" <>
To: "Adrien de Croy" <>
Cc: "Mike Bishop" <>; "" 
<>; "HTTP working group mailing list" <>
Sent: 10/03/2017 4:12:48 PM
Subject: Re: HTTP/QUIC Diverging from HTTP/2

>On 10 March 2017 at 13:59, Adrien de Croy <> wrote:
>>  for the benefit of those of us who maybe aren't so familiar with 
>>QUIC, are
>>  there any good resources you can refer us to which deal with the 
>>  picture such as why even have QUIC?
>This probably isn't the place for that discussion.  I would recommend
>reading the drafts.  They aren't complete, but you will gain some
>appreciation for what is going on.  Think about this in terms of
>replacing TCP, not HTTP.  There are higher level things around, like
>this old presentation:

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