Attempt 1. What happens when you invoke #curl. In a single picture.
@bagder I'd suggest arranging clockwise or in read direction (left to right, top to bottom in English). Currently it's more like counterclockwise which I find a bit … counterintuitive.
@bagder I recently learned about happy eyeballs - does curl strictly follow the standard or does it deviate in any meaningful ways?
@bagder Do you have a text representation somewhere at chance? The image sadly lacks an alt text (hard to do with „infographics“ like this)
@ecn It mostly follows it, the version 1 at least. With the addition that when we do HTTP/3 we add two more attempts (QUIC-ipv6 and QUIC-ipv4) ...
@bagder is that "what happens when you enter 'curl.se' into your browser" interview question for cURL developers?
@bagder I was curious if you tried the same design with the stages on the "inside" and the call outs on the outside (the stages might be easier to see if they're on the inside of the loop)
@mrodda that's the output box though, so I wanted to illustrate that "-v" is the first argument it parses. At index 0...