A new version draft-ietf-alto-multi-cost-04.txt has been posted to finish 
addressing the last review comments. We have:
- harmonized the spelling for c/Client and e/Endpoints. The upper case in 
"Endpoint" is kept when part of expression "Endpoint Cost Service",
- some cosmetic changes,
- updated the Acknowledgment section.

We would like the reviewers to verify that their comments have been 
appropriately addressed. 
Sabine, Wendy

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>>Objet : [alto] I-D Action: draft-ietf-alto-multi-cost-04.txt
>>A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts
>>This draft is a work item of the Application-Layer Traffic Optimization
>>of the IETF.
>>        Title           : Multi-Cost ALTO
>>        Authors         : Sabine Randriamasy
>>                          Wendy Roome
>>                          Nico Schwan
>>      Filename        : draft-ietf-alto-multi-cost-04.txt
>>      Pages           : 30
>>      Date            : 2016-09-15
>>   The ALTO (Application Layer-Traffic Optimization) Protocol
>>   ([RFC7285]) defines several services that return various metrics
>>   describing the costs between network endpoints.  An ALTO Server may
>>   offer a variety of cost metrics, based on latency,bandwidth, hop
>>   count, jitter, or whatever else the ALTO Server deems useful.  For
>>   example, when downloading a file that is mirrored on several sites,
>>   user application may consider more than one metric, perhaps trading
>>   bandwidth for latency to determine the most efficient mirror site.
>>   While the base ALTO Protocol allows an ALTO Client to use more than
>>   one cost metric, to do so, the Client must request each metric
>>   separately.  This document defines a new service that allows a
>>   to retrieve several cost metrics with one request, which is
>>   considerably more efficient.  In addition, this document extends the
>>   ALTO constraint tests to allow a user to specify an arbitrary
>>   combination of tests on several cost metrics.
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