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Change "nominated" to "selected" #220

aboba opened this Issue Jun 26, 2015 · 0 comments


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aboba commented Jun 26, 2015

In WebRTC 1.0, the method getSelectedCandidatePair has been proposed:

The term "selected" as defined in RFC 5245 Section 11.1.1 appears more appropriate than "nominated" it is proposed to change "nominated" to "selected" both in the method name as well as in the text throughout the document.

robin-raymond pushed a commit that referenced this issue Sep 21, 2015

Robin Raymond
Added support for the WebRTC 1.0 certificate management API, as noted…
… in: Issue #195

Added certificate argument to the RTCDtlsTransport constructor, as noted in: Issue #218
Added the "failed" state to RTCDtlsTransportState, as noted in: Issue #219
Changed getNominatedCandidatePair to getSelectedCandidatePair, as noted in: Issue #220
Added support for WebRTC 1.0 RTCIceCredentialType, as noted in: Issue #222
Clarified behavior of createAssociatedGatherer(), as noted in: Issue #223
Changed spelling from "iceservers" to "iceServers" for consistency with WebRTC 1.0, as noted in: Issue #225
Added support for SCTP port numbers, as noted in: Issue #227
Changed "outbound-rtp" to "outboundrtp" within the Statistics API, as noted in: Issue #229
Changed maxPacketLifetime and maxRetransmits from unsigned short to unsigned long, as noted in: Issue #231
Clarified DataChannel negotiation, as noted in: Issue #233
Added getContributingSources() method, as noted in: Issue #236
Fixes to Examples 5 and 6, as noted in: Issue 237 and Issue #239
Fixed cut and paste errors in Example 11, as noted in: Issue #241

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