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Re: [tor-talk] Tor and HTTP/2?

> intrigeri:
>> Tor can transport basically anything that lives on top of TCP.
>> Assuming HTTP/2 is TCP, then there's basically nothing to do on the
>> Tor side, it should just work :)
> Right. But see the WebRTC issues, does Tor browser team know of problems
> with this new HTTP flavor?

Yes. We talked to Marc Nottingham a while back which uncovered a bunch
of things we need to check when we switch to Firefox ESR 38 and led to
spec amendments, too. (see:
https://github.com/http2/http2-spec/issues/645). The ticket tracking
this effort is #14952.


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