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1# HTTPbis Working Group Agenda - IETF 87
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3 - Meeting chat: <xmpp:httpbis@jabber.ietf.org?join>
4 - Minutes: <http://tools.ietf.org/wg/httpbis/minutes>
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6## WEDNESDAY 31 July 2013 - 1510-1720 Afternoon Session II/III
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8### Potsdam 2: HTTP/1 and HTTP/2
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10 *   1 min - Blue sheets / scribe selection
11 *   4 min - Agenda bashing
12 *  30 min - HTTP/1.x
13             - draft -23 changes [Julian Reschke]
14             - WGLC summary / Issue discussion
15                           <http://trac.tools.ietf.org/wg/httpbis/trac/report/20>
16 *  85 min - HTTP/2.x
17             - San Francisco Interim meeting summary
18             - Draft changes and open questions [Martin Thomson]
19                         - Implementation Status summary
20                         - Header Compression Benchmark [Christian Grothoff]
21                         - Known State For the TLS Case [Gabriel Montenegro]
22             - update from TLS WG [EKR]
23                         - Issue discussion
24                           <https://github.com/http2/http2-spec/issues?labels=design&milestone=&page=1&state=open>
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27## FRIDAY 2 August 2013 - 0900-1100 Morning Session I
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29### Bellevue: HTTP/2 and Transport Joint Meeting
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31*    1 min - Blue sheets / scribe selection
32*    4 min - Agenda bashing
33*   15 min - HTTP and Encryption [Mark Nottingham]
34*   20 min - HTTP/2 With A Transport Eye [Allison Mankin]
35*   20 min - Flow Control
36    HTTP2 does flow control on top of TCP; in particular, how does HTTP2
37    mitigate pain from shrinking and sometimes zeroing the flow control windows?
38    Also, which entities are advised to use and which to not use flow control?
39*   20 min - Priorities
40    What is the relationship between HTTP priorities and QoS (or lack thereof)?
41*   20 min - Initial Congestion Window
42    Previous versions of HTTP/2 (and SPDY) experimented with storing the
43        congestion window size to reuse in future connections. This has been
44        recently removed, but discussion may still be helpful.
45*   20 min - General Discussion / Other Issues
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