@solderpunk if you do finalize the gemini spec soon, one thing to address should be streaming responses (i.e. infinite length response bodies). There's a thread about it. The tl;dr is that you can't stop me from sending an infinite response therefore clients must deal with it or subject themselves to DoS therefore it should be officially permitted
@zethra @sir I am not opposed to this in principle, and I've tried to always act as if it were a thing which might happen some day (so I've tried to e.g. avoid anything in the Gemini spec stepping on the toes of any other RFCs). But in truth I have very little idea of what would actually be involved in this, and what the likely result of the process would be in terms of how much it would open the protocol to the influence of third parties.
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