Re: HTTP over Delay-Tolerant Networks

Mark Nottingham writes:

> From a HTTP WG perspective, we should come to agreement about how 
> involved we want to be in this work. At a minimum, we'll do at least one 
> HTTPDIR review. Do people feel more is needed -- e.g., closer 
> coordination after this is adopted by DTN?

I think "be aware of" is the right level of involvement, given that
they handle HTTP messages as totally opaque byte sequences:

   After the terminated sequence number could be any HTTP content
   of any HTTP version, including binary frames.  This specification
   is agnostic of the HTTP version.

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Received on Friday, 31 March 2023 08:39:52 UTC