On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 02:11:41PM -0700, Josh Triplett wrote:
> > For HTTPS, I'd just as soon use HTTP-level features.
> ALPN, used carefully, could potentially allow eliminating one round-trip
> compared to HTTPS, and could also allow full-duplex communication.
I'd love to have a real full-duplex git-over-https. I looked into
WebSockets at one point, but it looked non-trivial and I gave up.
But if we had a real full-duplex connection over https, I think there
would be no reason for git:// to continue existing (we'd probably keep
ssh as it's a useful protocol for authentication, though).
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