[rtcweb] #21: Section 4.1: max-ssrc

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#21: Section 4.1: max-ssrc

 (tbd: is draft-westerlund-mmusic-max-ssrc-01 needed?)

 [BA] I am not a fan of max-ssrc.  Within layered coding it is possible to
 send multiple layers either with the same SSRC or with different SSRCs.
 In such a case the maximum number of layers that can be sent or received,
 and the number of maximum number of SRCNAMEs, is more relevant that the
 maximum number of SSRCs.  Therefore I would prefer not to see max-ssrc
 used in WebRTC (or anything else, for that matter).

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 Priority:  minor                    |  Milestone:  milestone1
Component:  rtp-usage                |    Version:  1.0
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