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Anybody know a ballpark figure for getting a teapot into a solar orbit between earth and mars?

I want to do a kickstarter...
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Answering some questions about stale-while-revalidate and browsers.

https://www.mnot.net/blog/2014/06/01/chrome_and_stale-while-revalidate
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HTTPbis met for a Design Team Meeting in Mozilla's London office yesterday; we had a great discussion about finishing up HTTP/2 and the future of the protocol. Thanks to everybody for coming!
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A quick writeup of what you might see with HTTP/2. I'm sure various WG members will correct me as necessary :)
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If two different versions of the same JS have the same hash, that's the least of our problems...

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+William Chan and +Hasan Khalil ski it up under the Eiger.
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"If we can't understand the policies and programs of our government, we can not grant our consent in regulating them... and it's led us to a point in our relationship with the government where we have an executive and Department of Justice that are unwilling to prosecute a high official who lied to congress and the country -- on camera -- but they'll stop at nothing to persecute a person who told them the truth." 

-- Edward Snowden 

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Welcome to our hub for all Edward Snowden, NSA and GCHQ-related developments around the world, as controversy over revelations leaked by the whistleblower continue to make headlines. As arguments rage over how much of our day to day life should be monitored in the name of security, we'll be tracking the growing global debate about privacy in the digital age. We'd like to know what you think about the whole NSA story, what you're worried about – a...
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Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

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We already handle Hasan and Roberto from the server side, as well as a (growing!) multitude of Mozilla developers; I think we can handle another Chrome dev.

If you have suggestions for terminology, we're all ears; we just needed something more precise than "Opportunistic Encryption."

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More than six years of commits to revise the HTTP/1.1 specification, mostly by +Julian Reschke and +Roy Fielding . 
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A video for HTTPbis folk on a night in Zurich... 
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Damn you Google Plus, you won't give me the short name "mnot". Because it's too short.
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Surely you can pork barrel a requirement into HTTP/2.0 that fixes this? ;)

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Yay Ilya! Great stuff.
 
Woooo... at long last, it's here!

As they say, if I knew what I was getting myself into... But, good thing I didn't. The whole experience has definitely been worth it -- hope the readers agree. :)

P.S. Shameless self promotion: http://www.amazon.com/High-Performance-Browser-Networking-performance/dp/1449344763/
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