Re: [rtcweb] Agenda requests for Atlanta meeting

Christer Holmberg <christer.holmberg@ericsson.com> Tue, 09 October 2012 06:28 UTC

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Hi Ekr,

>I would attend such a phone call if it were held.
>
>My immediate reaction is that from an implementor's perspective. PRANSWER is a lot easier to address than cloning. I feel like cloning pulls in a lot of difficult lifetime and ownership semantics. By contrast, supporting PRANSWER is very easy. Before >deciding that cloning is the answer I'd like to see two
>things:
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>1. A clear set of use cases that shows what cloning does well that PRANSWER does not.
>2. A fairly complete defn of the clone semantics.
>
>Otherwise I worry that we'll detour to cloning and then only after 6 months discover it doesn't work.

Please note that JSEP-02 already supports cloning (the details on how it's done are missing, though).

Regards,

Christer