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Working copy of the HTTP/2 Specification

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HTTP/2 Draft Specifications

This is the working area for the IETF HTTPbis Working Group draft of HTTP/2.

HTTP/2 specification:

Header Compression (HPACK) specification:

See Contributing.md for information about contributing to HTTP/2.


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