Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] Reference RFC7661 for application limited (#2605)

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ianswett commented on this pull request.

> @@ -742,31 +742,28 @@ As an example of a well-known and publicly available implementation of a flow
 pacer, implementers are referred to the Fair Queue packet scheduler (fq qdisc)
 in Linux (3.11 onwards).
-## Sending data after an idle period
-A sender becomes idle if it ceases to send data and has no bytes in flight.  A
-sender's congestion window MUST NOT increase while it is idle.
-When sending data after becoming idle, a sender MUST reset its congestion window
-to the initial congestion window (see Section 4.1 of {{?RFC5681}}), unless it
-paces the sending of packets. A sender MAY retain its congestion window if it
-paces the sending of any packets in excess of the initial congestion window.
-A sender MAY implement alternate mechanisms to update its congestion window
-after idle periods, such as those proposed for TCP in {{?RFC7661}}.
 ## Application Limited Sending


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