[eventsource] Some data re Server-sent Events LC

Re event-source spec, a few weeks ago I: reviewed the Bug list, reviewed 
e-mails submitted to public-webapps re the Dec 2009 LC and compared the 
LC version with the latest ED. I did not review WHATWG Issues for this 
spec [Issues] because I didn't know it existed.

= Bugzilla: 4 bugs filed: 3 Fixed; 1 Invalid; see [Bugs]; resolutions 
look OK to me.

= Diff between 19-Dec-2009 LC version 1.106 and version 1.154 
(1-Nov-2010 ED) [Diff]

I think most of the changes can be viewed as Editorial or Bug Fixes. The 
following changes do stick out though and should be reviewed by the 
group - (see [Diff] for Line numbers):

1. v1.106 Line 309 and v1.154 Line 328 - new text is inserted in Section 
2. Although this section is normative, the new text is mostly 
informative. (Clarification)

2. v1.106 Line 367 and v1.154 Line 394 - a new step #4 is added to 
Section 4. of the ED but this text was previously in Section 5 (bug fix).

3. v1.106 Line 460 and v1.154 Line 490 - the diff includes 3 changes: 
the handling of HTTP responses 301, 302, 303 and 307 are merged into one 
paragraph (a good clarification); a non-normative Note was removed; the 
handling of 305 response is moved.

4. v1.106 Line 531 and v1.154 Line 557 - the first paragraph of Section 
7. has been changed to refer to Streams rather than bytes. (Seems like a 
reasonable bug fix.)

= Comments sent to public-webapps

1. From: Krzysztof Maczyński <1981km@gmail.com>
Subject: LCWD comments
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 2010

Hixie responded to Krzysztof but Krzysztof did not reply.

2. From: Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de>
Subject: Last-Event-ID in http://dev.w3.org/html5/eventsource/
Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2010

Maciej and Julian exchanged responses. In the e-mail in this thread, it 
appears Julian was satisfied with Maciej's reasoning:


-Art Barstow

[Issues] http://www.whatwg.org/issues/



Received on Monday, 6 December 2010 17:27:21 UTC