[Iccrg] Heresy recapped
mathis at psc.edu
Wed Apr 16 04:23:32 BST 2008
On Tue, 15 Apr 2008, S. Keshav wrote:
> The paradigm holds sway only in the minds of academia. I think (based
> almost purely on cynicism), that in the real world TCP friendliness never had
> a chance. There is a long history of TCP accelerators, multi-connection
> applications, UDP-blasters, packet classifiers-and-delayers, and who knows
> what else that have never cared about it. So, why do we need to phase it out?
I would tend to agree. However, isn't this list supposed to represent
> Its already a done deal.
Not in TCPM, TSVWG, etc, where dogmatic attachment to TCP-friendly is probably
hurting the IETF. This is where we need to change minds and some deeply
I think the ADs are probably listening - do they have any commemts?
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