Re: on HTTP/QUIC and HTTPBis

In message <>, Mike Bishop writes:

> I'm sympathetic to the lack of configured proxies' abilities to,
> with user/client awareness, monitor the contents of transactions
> which are otherwise encrypted and return meaningful errors.  I'm
> less sympathetic to middleboxes that act without client awareness
> or configuration.

If so, wouldn't it make sense to proactively make it easier to
roll out the former than the latter, rather than make it equally
hard ?

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Received on Saturday, 11 March 2017 07:08:02 UTC