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A few minor comments: ** Section 2. Per “This property MUST NOT be null for "MDN/send", but may be null in the response from the "MDN/parse" method”, should a normative MAY be used here instead (or would that conflict with RFC8098) ** Section 2. The guidance to reference RFC8098 for further details is helpful. In addition to the guidance on case sensitivity, I would have also would have benefit from a bit of prose on how to convert the fields names between this document and RFC8098.
Thank you for addressing my Discuss (and Comment) points!
There are several places in the document where "header" should be changed to "header field". In Section 2.1, I think this could be a bit clearer: OLD: The following already registered SetError would mean: NEW: In this context, the existing SetError values defined in [reference] are interpreted as follows: In Sections 2.1 and 2.2: This is totally a personal nit, and you're free to ignore me, but since I keep tripping on it I'll mention it: In various places, "id" is used as a word rather than an initialism, as in "The id of the account to use." I keep reading this as the English term from psychoanalysis rather than a truncation of "identifier". I'd probably be happier if the full word was used. Also, in the first bullet of Section 2, it's capitalized as "Id"; we should probably be consistent. In Section 3: a) s/guaranty/guarantee/ (multiple instances) b) There's an extension in Section 3.1 starting with "X-" that should probably be revisited given BCP 178.
Thank you for the work put into this document. It is clear and easy to read. Please find below a couple of non-blocking COMMENT points. I hope that this helps to improve the document, Regards, -éric -- Section 2 -- While I can guess what is meant by "foreign (non-Internet) message", a more formal description would probably be welcome. -- Section 2.1 -- Wondering whether the values in this section are case sensitive? Section 2 clearly specifies that the fields must be lowercase. Is it useful to specify whether case is important in this section?