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Subject: Re: [emergency] MPEG (was Re: [emergency] usage scenarios)

On Aug 18, 2005, at 8/18/05 9:16 PM, Kon Wilms wrote:
> If data can be referenced or delivered by other means then it
> should not be encoded into the payload.

OK, that's pretty clear... I'll describe it just that way in the  
updated Issues List, forthcoming shortly.

Personally, I'm still not sure a content standard is the right place  
to try to enforce that sort of policy.  I think a case could be made  
for allowing DEs to be atomic for data-integrity and synchronization  
reasons, especially in mixed two-way/one-way network environments.   
And I think we should allow the implementers to make their own  
capacity/performance judgments.

But I certainly wouldn't have any problem with Rex's offer to  
substitute something less massive-sounding for the purpose of our  

- Art

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