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

Agree with the rationale. Makes sense for this to be platform specific.

Just as an FYI, for those interested, here are 4 different specs that define different ways to encode a hash. There are probably more. (Insert mandatory link to XKCD comic about standards here)

  1. Naming things with hashes - [RFC6920](
  2. [Sub-resource Integirty](
  3. [Google's Digital Asset Links](
  4. [Multi-hash](
  5. [Crypto-conditions]( (Uses RFC6920 for text encoding but has its own binary encoding)

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