Re: [w3c/webpayments] Fingerprint and version metadata (in Web App Manifest spec) (#225)

I'm a little worried people will think that the same considerations apply here as they do for SRI. That is, that adding this and basing it on SRI (even by just using the name "integrity") implies that Android supports all the same hash functions that SRI does; that it supports the fallback semantics of using multiple hash functions and the UA choosing the strongest; etc. Are we planning to actually reuse the SRI codepaths in our implementation, @rsolomakhin? My impression was that this was more of an Android-specific thing that we'd hand off to them.

In general I am more comfortable letting vendor-specific use cases be covered by vendor-specific properties, instead of trying to broaden the scope and make these generally applicable.

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