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From: Paul Leach <paulle@microsoft.com>
Date: Tue, 6 Aug 1996 10:02:01 -0700
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The shorter length of most of the names is good.

I really don't understand why x and y size for the display were
separated. I can't really see caching using Vary based only on x or y.
So, I'd suggest:
	UA-pix: <x-size> x <y-size>
because it's shorter and no significant loss of functionlity.

I also don't understand the rationale behind
introducing many extra header names, instead of
	UA-media: <type>
which seems like it works just as well conceptually, and fits perfectly
into Vary based caching.

Bottom line -- I'd like it to be more like it was before, but with the
shorter names.
Paul J. Leach            Email: paulle@microsoft.com
Microsoft                Phone: 1-206-882-8080
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Redmond, WA 98052
Received on Tuesday, 6 August 1996 10:09:12 UTC

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