Re: [vwrap] SPDY

Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter@stpeter.im> Mon, 11 April 2011 18:11 UTC

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On 4/11/11 10:48 AM, Dan Olivares wrote:
> It would be nice if they could push that through the IETF.

At IETF 80 in Prague a few weeks ago, Mike Belshe of Google made a
presentation about SPDY at the HTTPBIS WG session (and I think also the
Transport Area meeting). He reported that they are interested in working
to standardize SPDY at the IETF, but they don't want to pursue that
until they are completely happy with the technology (they feel that it
is still experimental and they want to work out more of the kinks based
on deployment experience).

Peter

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