Due to the pandemic, IETF 110 was held online. The QUIC and HTTP/3 specifications are well on their way to becoming standards.
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I don’t want to appear hemispheric. – Lars Eggert (taking back his claim that April of next year it will be “spring.”) I participated in IETF …
A recap of the February 2020 QUIC Working Group Interim Meeting in Zurich, Switzerland.
A short recap of the October HTTP/3 Interop, a look at the current status of HTTP/3, and where we will go from here.
The QUIC Working Group met for its regular Interim Meeting last week. LiteSpeed attended the meeting remotely.
LiteSpeed’s Dmitri attended IETF 104 remotely last week. These are his observations, as they pertain to QUIC.
Last week, our Dmitri attended the QUIC Working Group Interim meeting in New York City. Read all about it.
Explicit Congestion Notification The second day of the Kista Interim Meeting …
The QUIC Working Group is trying to make the November deadline, looking to reach consensus on as many issues as possible.