I’m the author of a brand new internet-draft that I submitted just the other day. The title is TCP Tuning for HTTP, and the intent is to gather a set of current best practices for HTTP implementers; to share and distribute knowledge we’ve gathered over the years. Clients, servers and intermediaries. For HTTP/1.1 as well as HTTP/2.
I’m now awaiting, expecting and looking forward to feedback, criticisms and additional content for this document so that it can become the resource I’d like it to be.
How to contribute to this?
- ideally, send your feedback to the HTTPbis mailing list,
- or submit an issue or pull-request on github for the draft.md
- or simply email me your comments: daniel <at> haxx.se
I’ve been participating first passively and more and more actively over the years within the IETF, mostly in the HTTPbis working group. I think open protocols and open standards are important and I like being part of making them reality. I have the utmost respect and admiration for those who are involved in putting the RFCs together and thus improve the world we live in, step by step.
For a long while I’ve been wanting to step up and “pull my weight” too, to become a better participant in this area, and I’m happy to now finally take this step. Hopefully this is just the first step of many more to come.
(Psssst: While gathering feedback and updating the git version, the current work in progress version of the draft is always visible here.)