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Just checked the most recent trial registration data, and it seems like the overwhelming majority of origins signed up for the trial in October are still signed up today. In addition, there are two thirds more new registrations.
Cheers,TitouanOn Fri, Mar 18, 2022 at 5:28 PM Titouan Rigoudy <tit...@google.com> wrote:The exit strategy so far was to let developers try their hand at the suggested workarounds and see whether those could support all legitimate use cases. Once that is the case, we can leave a fixed number of milestones for developers to adjust, then exit.
We have made progress on determining whether the main workaround (WebTransport) is a viable solution or not. Developers have tried to re-architect to use that instead, and reported issues related to first-time setup of IoT devices. We are discussing options that would allow those use cases to keep functioning. The leading contender seems to be some kind of permission prompt.