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Transmitter Configuration Discovery

The Shared Signals Framework (SSF) uses the /.well-known/ssf-configuration endpoint as a well-known location for service configuration. This is in line with the "Well-Known URIs" standard defined by RFC 5785.

When a client wants to interact with the SSF service, it first sends a GET request to the /.well-known/ssf-configuration endpoint. The server responds with a JSON object that contains various configuration details about the SSF service.

These details can include endpoints for different SSF operations, supported delivery methods, authorization schemes, and more. By using this well-known endpoint, clients can dynamically discover how to interact with the SSF service without hard-coding these details.