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Data Channel (Section 9) #34

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aboba opened this Issue Feb 18, 2014 · 1 comment

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aboba commented Feb 18, 2014

This section needs to be reworked. Currently it does not appear consistent with the figure in Section 1 or Section 10 relating to SCTP transport, since the data channel is constructed from an RTCDtlsTransport.

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aboba commented Feb 20, 2014

Proposed fix:
RTCDataChannel constructed from RTCSctpTransport object
ondatachannel on RTCSctpTransport for incoming data channel

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Support for contributing source information added, as described in w3…
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Support for control of quality, resolution, framerate and layering added, as described inhttps://github.com/w3c/issues/31
RTCRtpListener object added and figure in Section 1 updated, as described in w3c#32
More complete support for RTP and Codec Parameters added, as described in w3c#33
Data Channel transport problem fixed, as described in w3c#34
Various NITs fixed, as described in w3c#37
Section 2.2 and 2.3 issues fixed, as described in w3c#38
Default values of some dictionary attributes added, to partially address the issue described in w3c#39
Support for ICE TCP added, as described in w3c#41
Fixed issue with sequences as attributes, as described in w3c#43
Fix for issues with onlocalcandidate, as described in w3c#44
Initial stab at a Stats API, as requested in w3c#46
Added support for ICE gather policy, as described in w3c#47
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