Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] A fixed transport parameter profile is legitimate (#3429)

Mike Bishop <notifications@github.com> Fri, 21 February 2020 19:34 UTC

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I don't know that there's much here to "take on" beyond clarifying what our design principles are, and maybe writing those down somewhere for designers of future transport parameters.  The principle here is that TPs are independent declarations by each side, not negotiations.

I've noticed as we get further and further into this process, we have a number of principles which haven't been written down which have guided our design -- and we keep revisiting them because only the resulting design is explicit.  I'm wondering if those principles belong... somewhere.  An appendix, a published draft, etc. even if not enshrined in an RFC.

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