Re: [media-and-entertainment] Interest in WebTransport + WebCodecs? (#25)

Please note that the WebTransport API is now being proposed as a standardization item in a new dedicated Working Group charter, see:
(copied below)

I note that whether the WebTransport API ends up being a good solution for common low latency media streaming scenarios remains an open question at this stage. It will depend on whether the API (and underlying protocol) features the right semantics to address scalability/cacheability issues. In turn, that will require requirements to be brought early on in API design discussions.

> Hello,
>  Today W3C Advisory Committee Representatives received a Proposal
>  to review a draft charter for the WebTransport Working Group:
>  As part of ensuring that the community is aware of proposed work
>  at W3C, this draft charter is public during the Advisory
>  Committee review period.
>  W3C invites public comments through 2020-07-27 on the
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>, which has a public archive:
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>  Thank you,
>  Xueyuan Jia, W3C Marketing & Communications
>  [1]

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