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Why include the from-guid in the messages to hub? Hub should know which
GUID to associate with which connection, and including it in the message
only uses unnecessary bandwidth, and hub would have to do unnecessary
Yes, the hub would have to double check to see if the GUID is correct, but
after that it will just pass it along to the recipient(s).
Saving a few bytes from each and one participant does not make sense when it
has to be broadcasted to all users anyway (hundreds or thousands perhaps).
I'm not sure which is faster, checking the validity of a message and then just
pass it through, or recomposing it before sending it along.
The fewer functions any device is required to perform, the more
perfectly it can perform those functions.
-- The Principle Concerning Multifunctional Devices
Dj Offset / QuickDC
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