Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] Simplify the client's PTO code by allowing the server to send a PING (#3161)

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That's an interesting suggestion, but I think it require some non-trivial changes to the server's logic in addition to not sending ACKs?  Something similar to what's described in #3080.

It may be worth opening up an issue for allowing the server to not arm a timer until the path has been validated, because I think that's a wider issue than just this PR?

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