It is largely unstructured, promoting unfiltered discussion among the major implementers and practitioners of HTTP. We have a few “anchor” talks to stimulate discussion, but expect attendees to drive most of the agenda. Our goals are to:
Note that it is not a decision-making body; see the HTTP Working Group.
Past HTTP Workshops include:
The HTTP Workshop may return.
We anticipate most major HTTP implementations being represented, including browsers, servers, intermediaries, libraries, and tools.
In addition, we’d like to see active participation from practitioners at scale. If you work with large-scale HTTP deployments, whether that’s serving “traditional” Web pages or using HTTP for back-end APIs, please consider attending.
Finally, if you are a student working in a relevant area, this is a great opportunity to gain insight into this community.