Internet-Drafts that make up the base QUIC specification (by quicwg)

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  • Announcing s2n-quic 1.0
    9 projects | /r/rust | 17 Feb 2022
    After lots of hard work, we're excited to open-source [s2n-quic](, a Rust implementation of the [IETF QUIC protocol]( Feel free to ask any questions here in the comments or by [opening an issue]( Thanks!
  • Crate to build network packets over UDP
    5 projects | /r/rust | 9 Jul 2021
    Maybe check out laminar and quinn, which implement custom protocols on top of UDP (quinn implements QUIC), to get an idea on how to do things.
  • QUIC is now RFC 9000
    15 projects | | 27 May 2021
    > Every app has to implement it itself

    No? I'll just link against one of the cross platform libraries that implements it, the same as for any other networking protocol. (Ex

    Also see:

    > same as for TLS, making fewer apps implement it without a lot of extra work

    ... do you not just link against a relevant networking library at this point? If not, why?!

    15 projects | | 27 May 2021
    IETF work is conducted mostly on email lists, hence the "many thousands of emails".

    For some newer work like QUIC, GitHub is used to maintain a more to-the-minute shared view of the documents, and then again as mentioned in the text you quoted, GitHub Issues and PRs are used to manage the document, particularly by the most active participants. - of course raising issues or PRs for them now won't do anything useful for you, because these RFCs were published. But you can see there were thousands of commits, one of the last being Martin Thompson's minor typographical tweaks summarised as "DOES IT NEVER END?!?".

  • QUIC and HTTP/3 Support Now in Firefox Nightly and Beta
    12 projects | | 16 Apr 2021
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