I have a few comments on: 
https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/streams-api/raw-file/tip/Overview.htm from 2013-10-31. 
Apologies wether it is not the latest version: It took me some time to 
figure-out where was the right forum to send these comments to.

Section 2.1.3:
1.     Close(): For writeable streams, the close() method does not provide a 
data-completion hook (all-data-flushed-to-destination), unlike the close method 
that resolved the Promise returned by read().
2.     Pipe(): the readable Steam (the one that provides the pipe() method) is 
neutered in case of I/O error, but the state change of the writeable stream is 
not indicated. What if the write operation failed?

Section 3.2:
1.     Shouldn't a FileWrite also be capable of consuming a Stream? (Like 
2.     Shouldn't an XMLHttpRequest also be capable of consuming a Stream? (eg. 
chunked PUT/POST)?



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