Re: [tcpm] WGLC: draft-ietf-tcpm-urgent-data-02.txt

Fernando Gont <fernando@gont.com.ar> Thu, 04 March 2010 02:25 UTC

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Subject: Re: [tcpm] WGLC: draft-ietf-tcpm-urgent-data-02.txt
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Hi, David,

> Ok, I did one more close reading of the spec, and I found a few more nits:
> 
> 2.1: ...that data that were received as "normal data"
> 	s/were/was/

(disclaimer: English as second language here)

Isn't "data" plural here?

Checking my dictionary, while "data" is plural of "datum", it is
nowadays used as a singular noun, too.

If I were to s/were/was/, it looks like I should rephrase the text as
'that a data byte that was received as "normal data"...'...



> 3.2: this clarification never was reflected into actual implementations
> 	s/never was/was never/

Fixed.



> 4.: hereby we update RFC 793
> 	s/hereby we/we hereby/

Fixed.



> 6: such that "urgent data" are delivered inline
> 	s/are/is/

Same as above. :-?



> 7: e.g., depnding on the value
> 	s/depnding/depending/

Fixed.


> 
> A.4: That is, they will be accessible
> 	s/they/it/

This one has to do with my use of "data" as plural (i.e., "data bytes")



> A.6: cygwin environment, has shown that
> 	s/,//

Fixed.

Thanks!

Kind regards,
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Fernando Gont
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