Re: Proposal: add H3 to the Implementation Draft

Lucas Pardue <> Wed, 07 November 2018 04:25 UTC

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Subject: Re: Proposal: add H3 to the Implementation Draft
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Good news, well done.

Whether it's formal or not, I look forward to continued interop of

One barrier to interop will be QPACK. Some of the progress made recently
has been to use "pre-canned" binary blobs that emulate a client making a
well-formed request. I wonder if this could be used more generally as a
shortcut for some implementators to jump-start their interop.


On Tue, 6 Nov 2018, 19:42 Dmitri Tikhonov <

> Hello,
> I would like to share good news: LiteSpeed Technologies' and Facebook's
> IETF ID-16 implementations achieved HQ interop (or shall I say H3?) a
> couple of hours ago.  That means HQ frames, QPACK, the whole shebang.
> We believe that the next Implementation Draft should use H3, rather than
> HTTP/0.9, as the data exchange mechanism.  Now that transport changes
> will be kept to a minimum after the -17 family of drafts, it is time to
> implement H3, IETF QUIC's first "killer app."
>   - Dmitri.