We haven't defined a MIME type.
Does it make sense to define a MIME type for protocol buffers in general, as
opposed to MIME types for individual protocols?  The latter makes more sense
to me, since there's not much you can do with a protocol buffer without
knowing its type.

On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 2:11 PM, Marc Gravell <marc.grav...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> As part of ongoing work looking at RPC (over a range of transports),
> one thing that keeps cropping up is sending messages via a RESTful API
> over http[s] (so the method to invoke it part of the URI, with the
> message as the body); pretty trivial to do, but I wonder: is there any
> common MIME type that anyone has used for such? Or just application/
> octet-stream?
>
> Marc Gravell
> >
>

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