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[17:58:50] <Ben NivenJenkins> Hi Francois, Rob & I are connected to the meetcho
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[18:25:03] <Ben NivenJenkins> It says on the slide - e.g. "alternate methods could include establishing an IPsec tunnel"
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[19:26:21] <Craig Taylor> Cookies come with various burdens with regards to CORS
[19:27:13] <Craig Taylor> The introduction of authentication cookies requires CORS support and the inevitable allowed-domain rewriting
[19:27:39] <Francois Le Faucher> CORS?
[19:28:06] <Craig Taylor> CORS headers requirements in the Media Source Extensions
[19:28:13] <Craig Taylor> i.e. HTML5 video
[19:28:40] <Craig Taylor> https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CCEQFjAA&url=https%3A%2F%2Fw3c.github.io%2Fmedia-source%2F&ei=XAwTVbP1EYTvavvogJgG&usg=AFQjCNGRR4dSinu2yAQQLegqLVWAxLa2Yw&sig2=ANarJdu_9QngJf5paQFJ5Q&bvm=bv.89217033,d.d2s
[19:28:43] <Craig Taylor> erk
[19:29:02] <Craig Taylor> https://w3c.github.io/media-source/
[19:30:11] <Craig Taylor> http://www.w3.org/TR/cors/
[19:30:29] <Francois Le Faucher> I'll pass on the comment when Ray discusses the two approaches Cookies or headers
[19:34:15] <Craig Taylor> Thank you :)
[19:35:22] <Craig Taylor> I would love to see this standardised, there are a plethora of vendor specific solution in play at the moment
[19:36:31] <Craig Taylor> I think that both MPEG and W3 expert will inevitably be required
[19:37:42] <Craig Taylor> +1 on current speaker
[19:41:10] <Craig Taylor> mic: In practise I use both daily for terabits of traffic. The most 'portable' is a query string
[19:46:37] <Craig Taylor> There may be some 'prior art' with regards to headers in the document: https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-cavage-http-signatures-04 from httpbis
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[19:55:38] <Craig Taylor> End user isn't the only stakeholder, as a service provider you also need to influence the flow. ALT-SVC is front runner imo
[19:59:25] <Craig Taylor> I disagree: You can share 'trust', not keys...
[19:59:40] <Craig Taylor> User AND Origin
[19:59:59] <Craig Taylor> This has been discussed in detail in httpbis
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