Re: [webrtc-pc] Remove paragraph about removeTrack causing track to be ended remotely.

> Isn't that what replaceTrack is for?

Meaning, why not just do `replaceTrack(null)` and later `replaceTrack(newTrack)`? Good question; I think the only real difference is the directional attribute in SDP, which could affect some things.

> What if the application wants to end the remote track? How does it do it?

The only way right now is with `transceiver.stop`, as far as I know.

If we want to change the way senders' and receivers' tracks relate (which I tried to summarize here:, it may still be be possible since Chrome/Firefox haven't implemented it yet. But it would be a somewhat significant change to the spec.

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