Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] Reduce HTTP/3 editorial dependence on HTTP/2 (#3264)

Mike Bishop <> Wed, 20 November 2019 02:50 UTC

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I agree with that principle, but I've been working on that for a while, but I think we're already mostly there.  There are normative references to specific sections of HTTP/2 where relevant; I've attempted not to have anything that assumes you already know HTTP/2 in general.  The informative comparisons to HTTP/2 have largely (if not entirely) been moved to an appendix.

If you have specific places where you think I haven't achieved that, please point them out.

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