[rtcweb] New use case: Large multiparty session

Arno Bakker <arno@cs.vu.nl> Wed, 03 August 2011 08:36 UTC

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Hi

as proposed in the July 26th meeting I'd like to put forward a new use
case: assume a client is involved in a large multiparty session but is
unable (or unwilling) to upload his signals to all participants.

This suggests forwarding support from the network is required, e.g.
some relay server, multicast, or the future IETF peer-to-peer streaming
protocol (PPSP).

Thanks,
     Arno Bakker