Re: B.1 and B.2 results
>Well, my suggestion is that we put a MIME header when we can't transmit the
>MIME header information over the channel. We don't want to have to send 2
>headers to be XML conformant when going over HTTP.
I have appended the text for the RFC. This is much what I propose
in the section dicussing protocols other than HTTP.
>maximally self-revealing, we should probably use the character-length
>determination hack I suggested, ratehr than put 8-bit characters at the
>front of multibyte files.
Nope. I would prefer to always have US-ASCII headers.