On Thu, Jun 14, 2018 at 09:38:42PM +0200, Mateusz Jończyk wrote:
> 
> How difficult would it be to add support to DNS over HTTP/2.0 in dnsmasq, for
> example in constrained environments like home routers?
> 

This should be handled with a wrapper program.  HTTP/2.0 is an enormous
and ill-defined specification and it would not be appropriate to bolt it
directly into dnsmasq.  A dedicated HTTP/2.0 daemon can talk to dnsmasq
on the backend to provide this service.  Home routers are not
particularly constrained in this regard, since they generally have web 
services running to begin with.

> Please send any replies to the DoH mailing list at <d...@ietf.org>.

Why?

khm

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