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Data channel sending rate control #69

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robin-raymond opened this Issue Apr 29, 2014 · 0 comments

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robin-raymond commented Apr 29, 2014

Discussion on list here:
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-ortc/2014Apr/0113.html

PT's suggestion is to add a Promise return type to send method. Seems like a very easy and useable way to do flow control:

http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-ortc/2014Apr/0134.html

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Robin Raymond
- Fixes for error handling, as described in w3c#26
- Support for contributing sources removed (re-classified as a 1.2 feature), as described in w3c#27
- Cleanup of DataChannel construction, as described in w3c#60
- Separate proposal on simulcast/layering, as described in w3c#61
- Separate proposal on quality, as described in w3c#62
- Fix for TCP candidate type, as described in w3c#63
- Fix to the fingerprint attribute, as described in w3c#64
- Fix to RTCRtpFeatures, as described in w3c#65
- Support for retrieval of remote certificates, as described in w3c#67
- Support for ICE error handling, described in w3c#68
- Support for Data Channel send rate control, as described in w3c#69
- Support for capabilities and settings, as described in w3c#70
- Removal of duplicate RTCRtpListener functionality, as described in w3c#71
- ICE gathering state added, as described in w3c#72
- Removed ICE role from the ICE transport constructor, as described in w3c#73
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