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The set of spreadsheets below is an informal collection of observations about common HTTP implementations by participants in the IETF HTTPbis Working Group, for use in the revision of the HTTP specification. It is NOT authoritative.
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Anyone can add an implementation (row) or metric (column); however, understand that your contribution may be refactored. Use comments to explain metrics where they're not clear.
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Anyone can also add data. If you do, please make sure that you add correct data, and we HIGHLY encourage contributors to add comments explaining where and how their information was sourced.
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Finally, when adding data and metrics, keep in mind that there may be license restrictions regarding testing and benchmarking; generally, this data should be restricted to that which can be found by examining the public interfaces and documentation of the implementation in question. Also, keep in mind that the goal of this effort is NOT to embarrass implementers into conformance, but rather to gather data about how HTTP is used in the real world.
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If you have any questions, please contact the HTTPbis Working Group <http://www3.tools.ietf.org/wg/httpbis/trac/wiki> or Mark Nottingham at <mnot@mnot.net>.
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