On Sep 01 2015, Josh Triplett <email@example.com> wrote:
> Nikolaus Rath wrote:
>> I don't think 28 kB vs 73 kB is a difference that people will notice
>> over the network in *most* situations. Even at just 100 kB/s that's
>> 0.28 vs 0.73 seconds, and only when the page is first loaded.
> That's absolutely a critical difference, even on a faster connection.
> Multiple studies have demonstrated that page load time matters for user
> retention. Amazon did a study that showed every ~100ms of page load
> delay lost them 1% in sales. Google found that half a second slower
> load time for results pages drove off 20% of users. Google also
> prioritizes faster sites in search results.
Yes, but neither Amazon nor Google (nor any other Web application for
package. This is not about minification in general, but about
minification in Debian packages. I don't care enough to actually make a
carried in Debian ends up in /usr/share/doc.
(end of thread for me)
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