Spin Bit - discussion slide

Mark Nottingham <mnot@mnot.net> Wed, 07 November 2018 05:54 UTC

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Subject: Spin Bit - discussion slide
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Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2018 12:54:15 +0700
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For the record, this was the final state of the spin bit discussion slide in today's meeting:

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Confirm: decision will be limited to the single-bit variant  ✅
Confirm: the spin bit is fit for purpose (exposing RTT) ✅
Confirm: it must be possible to opt out of spinning/echoing without consequence ✅
Confirm: We have enough information about privacy/security/ossification aspects
Confirm: intent to implement and deploy

[ design ]
  SHOULD/MAY spin/echo
  If spin, MUST opt out [some traffic]

Consensus: include the spin bit in the specification ✅
Consensus: do not use negotiation for the spin bit ✅

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