Re: [hybi] Questions and comments on draft-hybi-thewebsocketprotocol-10

Alexey Melnikov <alexey.melnikov@isode.com> Mon, 18 July 2011 14:36 UTC

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Subject: Re: [hybi] Questions and comments on draft-hybi-thewebsocketprotocol-10
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Mark Nottingham wrote:

>Hi,
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Hi Mark,
Answering to your questions selectively:

>I've just read through -10, and wanted to ask a few questions. These are NOT (yet) Last Call comments, as I haven't kept up with the hybi list for a while, and haven't reviewed a draft since around -06. 
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>In other words, I'd like to understand things a bit more before making LC comments; there may be good reasons for the few things I saw that raised my eyebrows.
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>2) The Upgrade token has no version; e.g., from the examples in 1.2:
>    Upgrade: websocket
>Why? The protocol version seems to be carried in the Sec-WebSocket-Version header; could it not be moved (or copied) to the upgrade token?
>
What is the value in duplicating the version in the Upgrade token?

>3) The last paragraph of 1.2 seems to be a bit of a non-sequiter; all protocols need framing, not just those used by event-driven implementations.
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Yes, this can be reworded not to mention event-driven implementations.

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>7) The contact field for registry entries in 11.13 is listed as 'hybi@ietf.org'org'. Is that list going to persist?
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Yes. At least I would be surprised if it wouldn't.

>Common practice is to use iesg@ietf.org AIUI.  
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I think leave the WG mailing list is Ok. I wouldn't get stuck on this 
and if IESG thinks otherwise, we can change.