tcp2 -- an open source QUIC library


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This mailing list is devoted for discussions around an open source implementation of the QUIC protocol and everything that seems related to this topic.

The name 'tcp2' is a playful jest and is not intended to be the name of any project or product that may or may not be the outcome of this effort.

Discussing a name for the library and project is also highly on-topic for this mailing list. Maybe the list can then change name at some future point to match said name.

See also the tcp2 github repo.

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