[talk] I can't tell if this is a joke, or for real.

Pete Wright pete at nomadlogic.org
Thu Apr 30 16:41:26 EDT 2015

On 04/30/15 10:20, Edward Capriolo wrote:
> I have a similar even broader rant: Everything is the HTTP protocol. You
> have HTTP based sub-technologies like web-sockets and ajax. People
> trying to make what was originally a stateless post/reply protocol into
> something else. Corporate firewalls control what ports are "safe" and
> "unsafe" 80 and 443 are considered "safe". Getting any other port open
> is a lot of hoopla.
> Google's are so large they can innovate and deliver a clearly better
> implementation like https://developers.google.com/speed/spdy/ for modern
> needs.
> But for the rest of us trying convince someone that TCP is not the
> answer is off the mark. You have to start by convincing the world that
> "Not everything is http", which from my experience is nearly a mission
> impossible proposition.

to bring this back to *BSD:


basically lamenting the fact that http/2.0 is spdy and what that's a bad


Pete Wright
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