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Why RTP Sessions Should Be Content Neutral

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Author Harald T. Alvestrand
Last updated 2012-12-19 (Latest revision 2012-06-17)
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This document is not intended for publication as an RFC. It gives the underpinning arguments for why the idea that RTP sessions and MIME top level types are related is a deeply broken paradigm, and that we need to get away from it. These arguments are solely the opinion of the listed author.


Harald T. Alvestrand

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