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Re: Hostility to "binary XML" (was Re: XML 2004weblo

binary xml save bandwidth
Bill Kearney wrote:
> Finally, if people think browser compatibility on desktops is bad, try
> phones.  If they have some common denominator it's one that [expletive deleted] worse than
> plain HTML did on NS2.  Having a way to save bandwidth bits only to end up
> there just isn't lighting anyone's fire.

Hmm, sure, in fact that's probably in a nutshell the summary of the 
Mobile Web Initiative workshop that took place last week.

But don't worry, the incentive to get much better content than that on 
mobile devices is extremely high (and in part already there for those in 
the least mobile-retarded areas of the planet). I'm talking about what 
happens when that content grows much, much more, knowing that that's soon.

Robin Berjon


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