Re: QUICWG Temporary IANA Registry

Samuel Hurst <samuelh@rd.bbc.co.uk> Wed, 03 February 2021 15:44 UTC

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Subject: Re: QUICWG Temporary IANA Registry
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Cc: Dmitri Tikhonov <dtikhonov@litespeedtech.com>
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Hi Dmitri,

On 03/02/2021 13:36, Dmitri Tikhonov wrote:
> Yes, this value is fine.  (If you expect your extention to evolve and
> the frame format to change, one approach is to use a different value
> in your initial drafts, e.g 0xFF...D0F, while targeting 0xD0F to be
> the final value.)  In any case, do add it to the list to call dibs.

That's a very good idea, and I'll keep it in mind. Would I put both my
initial starting value in the registry, as well as my final target value
just to keep dibs on it? Or would it be frowned upon to camp on space
that I'm not using (although with a 62-bit number space, we'd need a lot
of extensions before anyone is treading on other's toes, I'd guess).

-Sam