[Doh] Consensus confirmation

Ben Schwartz <bemasc@google.com> Sun, 25 March 2018 16:32 UTC

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Hi DOH,

At the meeting in London last week, we asked the room for opinions on two
topics:

1. Should we have a content-type that is Mandatory to Implement?

Several participants spoke in favor of making the default format (currently
called "application/dns-udpwireformat") mandatory, at least for servers.

2. Among the GET and POST modes of operation, which, if any, should be
mandatory to implement?

Among the participants, there was consensus in favor of making both GET and
POST mandatory to implement for servers.

If you would like to voice a dissenting opinion on either point, please
reply on this list.  Otherwise, the chairs will regard these decisions as
the group's consensus.

--Ben