Re: Live Byte Ranges

Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de> Wed, 23 November 2016 09:10 UTC

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On 2016-11-22 23:38, Patrick McManus wrote:
> Dear HTTPbis denizens,
>
> As I did with the 103-proposal, I have a request to the working group
> implementors to offer a sign of their interest or opposition to the
> Random Access and Live Content draft and presentation that we talked
> about in Seoul[*]
>
> To summarize briefly - this addresses the problem of addressing byte
> ranges of dynamic (growing) content. A number of solutions have seen
> false starts in this space previously, but this one has a shot at being
> compatible with existing infrastructure.

Where "this one" IMHO is only one of the options mentioned in 
<https://tools.ietf.org/id/draft-pratt-httpbis-rand-access-live-00.txt>.

> This was published quite close to the meeting, and while the chairs had
> the sense people generally really liked the solution it also seemed as
> if not everyone had the chance to get familiar with it. Please do so
> with this thread!
>
> Particular comments on the draft are welcome here, as are general
> comments along the line of "that would be good for the ecosystem" or
> "omg - I can't stomach that because <<>>". If there is enough interest
> we'll proceed with a CFA.

"That would be good for the ecosystem" :-)

Best regards, Julian