commit d881250ff68a7bb77adef7a351790db7ee4c4332
Author: Nick Mathewson <>
Date:   Thu Sep 22 10:27:13 2016 -0400

    prop264: in consensuses, say "pr" rather than "proto"
 proposals/264-subprotocol-versions.txt | 5 +++--
 1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/proposals/264-subprotocol-versions.txt 
index 7f8c4d4..4acc8b3 100644
--- a/proposals/264-subprotocol-versions.txt
+++ b/proposals/264-subprotocol-versions.txt
@@ -72,7 +72,8 @@ Status: Open
    "x-" or "X-".  Keywords are case-sensitive.
    During voting, authorities copy these lines immediately below the "v"
-   lines. When a descriptor does not contain a "proto" entry, the
+   lines, using "pr" as the keyword instead of "proto".
+   When a descriptor does not contain a "proto" entry, the
    authorities should reconstruct it using the approach described below
    in section A.1.  They are included in the consensus using the same
    rules as currently used for "v" lines, if a sufficiently late
@@ -104,7 +105,7 @@ Status: Open
    inferrable from the v line.  Removing all the v lines from the
    current consensus would save only 1.7% after gzip compression.]
-3. Using "proto" and "v" lines
+3. Using "proto"/"pr" and "v" lines
    Whenever possible, clients and relays should use the list of
    advertised protocols instead of version numbers.  Version numbers

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