[rtcweb] New version of -overview posted

Harald Alvestrand <harald@alvestrand.no> Wed, 28 September 2011 12:06 UTC

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I've just posted version -02 of the -overview document.
I'll just paste the change log from the document here:

> A.6.  Changes from draft-ietf-rtcweb-overview -01 to -02
>
>    Added pointers to use cases, security and rtp-usage drafts (now WG
>    drafts).
>
>    Changed description of SRTP from mandatory-to-use to mandatory-to-
>    implement.
>
>    Added the "3 principles of negotiation" to the connection management
>    section.
>
>    Added an explicit statement that ICE is required for both NAT and
>    consent-to-receive.

Comments are always welcome, and version numbers are cheap!

A note on making the finding of such easy:
When I prepare a new version of a draft, I'll go back to the mailing 
list and search for subjects containing the draft name, or some subset 
of that ("overview" in this case), and dated between the previous 
version and this version.

Starting the subject line with "ISSUE:" or "CHANGE:" is also good for 
catching my attention when I'm trying to re-locate those comments.

Suggestions for changes that occur deep within a thread on other topics 
have a high chance of getting lost in this process, unfortunately.

Enjoy the reading!

                       Harald