[discuss] What does this mean: "equal technical treatment of all protocols"
Chip Sharp (chsharp)
chsharp at cisco.com
Tue Apr 15 03:48:42 UTC 2014
Reading through the draft Outcome Document for Netmundial that was released today.
Can someone involved in the drafting of this text please explain what this means?
"equal technical treatment of all protocols and data, delivered by the underlying communications”
I believe Brian had a similar question on the leaked document.
I don’t believe “equal technical treatment of all protocols” is really possible on the Internet (or any coherent network), especially while meeting the “Unified and Unfragmented Space” principle.
Perhaps if I understood the intent behind the text, it would make more sense.
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