draft-ietf-httpbis-http2-encryption-10

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> https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-httpbis-http2-encryption/
> 
> This incorporates my best attempt to address the comments Kari had on
> the last version. 

Looks ok.

| Allowing clients to cache the http-opportunistic resource means that	
| all alternative services need to be able to respond to requests for	
| "http" resources.  A client is permitted to use an alternative	
| service without acquiring the http-opportunistic resource from that	
| service.

This may also imply that, if server does not allow caching 
http-opportunistic  resource, client need acquiring the 
http-opportunistic resource from chosen alternative service 
before using it. If server does that kind conclusion, this 
looks still ok. ( That was my question about cache-control 
= no-store. ) 

/ Kari Hurtta