Re: Draft v1 Update for Resumable Uploads

Poul-Henning Kamp <phk@phk.freebsd.dk> Tue, 21 June 2022 07:41 UTC

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Greg Wilkins writes:

> In fact I can even think of a use-case now.   If a document system had
> given out a huge PDF to be signed by a human on some specific pages, then
> when that signed document is uploaded, the server might want to avoid
> uploading all the unsigned pages and just get the signature pages.

Collating a legal document this way runs counter to centuries old
legal practices and signature validity rules -- so not very convicing ?

Ponder if rsync can inspire a strawman ?


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