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[gnurl] 192/411: ROADMAP: updates and cleanups

From: gnunet
Subject: [gnurl] 192/411: ROADMAP: updates and cleanups
Date: Wed, 13 Jan 2021 01:20:07 +0100

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nikita pushed a commit to branch master
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commit 422b257fef11a378e6cdce02174672cc6549d20d
Author: Daniel Stenberg <>
AuthorDate: Mon Sep 28 17:03:20 2020 +0200

    ROADMAP: updates and cleanups
    Fix the HSTS PR
    Remove DoT, thread-safe init and hard-coded localhost. I feel very
    little interest for these with users so I downgrade them to plain "TODO"
    entries again.
 docs/ | 30 +++---------------------------
 1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 27 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/ b/docs/
index dae72a917..574bd8103 100644
--- a/docs/
+++ b/docs/
@@ -8,36 +8,12 @@ participation.
- Complete and merge [the existing PR](
+ Merge [the existing PR](
- Loading a huge preload file is probably not too interesting to most people,
- but using a custom file and reacting to HSTS response header probably are
- good features.
- Similar to DNS-over-HTTPS. Could share quite a lot of generic code.
-ESNI (Encrypted SNI)
+ECH (Encrypted Client Hello - formerly known as ESNI)
  See Daniel's post on [Support of Encrypted
  SNI]( on the mailing list.
  Initial work exists in
-thread-safe `curl_global_init()`
- Fix the libcurl specific parts of the function to be thread-safe. Make sure
- it can be thread-safe if built with thread-safe 3rd party libraries.
- (probably can't include `curl_global_init_mem()` for obvious reasons)
-Hardcode “localhost”
- No need to resolve it. Avoid a risk where this is resolved over the network
- and actually responds with something else than a local address. Some
- operating systems already do this. Also:

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