Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] Moving text on spinbit into transport (#2364)

Martin Thomson <> Thu, 24 January 2019 01:09 UTC

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Subject: Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] Moving text on spinbit into transport (#2364)
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I think that this is one editorial discussion where I would like to see some discussion.

For me, the question of document organization is secondary to a question of status.  I think that we should target the spin bit document at experimental status, not proposed standard, which would make keeping the split between documents much more appropriate.  I'm sure that others will disagree with this position, so I think that discussion is very much warranted.

Incidentally, the change from exp to std in the document is in a commit entitled "typofix", done late last year by @britram.  I was - until just now when I checked - under the impression that the goal was an experimental RFC.  I suspect that we had a discussion on this point that settled on standards track, but I'm just remembering badly.

After that, then I think we want to talk about where this slots into the current document.  I'm not sure that the place that is selected here is right, but I want to get the big ticket questions out of the way first.

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