Re: [TLS] Are we holding TLS wrong?

Juliusz Chroboczek <jch@irif.fr> Tue, 13 November 2018 21:41 UTC

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>     - s2.5 Not sure what the ceremonies around flushing a neighbor are,
>     but I'd make explicit signalling EOD at least a SHOULD? It seems more
>     polite :-)

> I agree, I upgraded politeness to a SHOULD.

Note however that a neighbour is usually discarded when we loose too many
Hellos from it.  At that point, we've lost contact with the neighbour,
it's too late to be polite.

-- Juliusz