IRC log of exi on 2016-12-06

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Meeting: Efficient XML Interchange Working Group Teleconference
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Date: 06 December 2016
18:43:10 [taki]
DP: I started with gzip, deflate and brotli.
18:43:28 [taki]
DP: I am still not sure about brotli number yet.
18:44:15 [taki]
DP: Pre-compression seem to work well.
18:47:56 [taki]
DP: I tried several options to increase buffer to make brotli.
18:48:12 [taki]
DP: That mau have caused to make brotli work better.
18:50:12 [caribou]
https://opensource.googleblog.com/2015/09/introducing-brotli-new-compression.html
18:53:08 [taki]
DP: Brotli uses dictionary for Web data. That may be helping brotli work better.
18:53:13 [caribou]
compared perf of brotli, zopfli, deflate... http://www.gstatic.com/b/brotlidocs/brotli-2015-09-22.pdf
18:59:15 [taki]
DP: I would leave it open so that we do not define any compression scheme.
19:02:17 [taki]
TK: I agree to make it open. There will be an issue of what should be the default.
19:03:00 [taki]
DP: We can use a header option to identify compression scheme.
19:04:12 [taki]
DP: I read that brotli is a bit slower than gzip in encoding.
19:07:13 [taki]
CB: I think we should continue measurement.
19:07:31 [taki]
CB: Nate may also have some thoughts on this topic.
19:13:51 [taki]
CB: Instead of letting people decide which one to use, we should provide a guideline.
19:31:39 [taki]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brotli
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