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[Fwd: FW: Nokia comments on MWI BP LC draft]

From: Dominique Hazael-Massieux <dom@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 09:47:16 +0100
To: public-bpwg-comments@w3.org
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>         ______________________________________________  
>         From:   Hagman Jyri (Nokia-TP/Espoo)   
>         Sent:   17 February, 2006 22:13 
>         To:     'public-bpwg-comments@w3.org' 
>         Subject:        Nokia comments on MWI BP LC draft
>         
>         Hi WG
>         
>         There are still editorial fine tuning needed in the document
>         without changing the substance. On the other hand there are
>         some aspects missing, which we want to comment here: one
>         comment to make the intent clearer in 5.2.3 and three
>         potential additions of statements. 
>         
>         5.2.3 Balanced Structure  
>         It is not clear, whether this is indicating some mathematical
>         balance. We believe a site should be "balanced semantically or
>         by importance." It makes no sense to always make the depth of
>         all links similar. In fact, the first links should be directly
>         to commonly-used information, while later links may lead to a
>         deeper tree of less-often-used features. This is really
>         important to explain well. 
>         
>           
>         5.3.3 Scrolling 
>         There could be a stricter recommendation: Limit scrolling
>         while reading a single text flow to one direction. 
>           
>         5.3.5 Graphics 
>         Proposal for adding a statement [MANY_GRAPHICS]. Avoid many
>         images in one page, because each request on a wireless network
>         adds significant latency compared to fixed networks. 
>         
>           
>         5.4.15 Cache Headers 
>         Proposal for adding a statement [CACHE_CLOCK_SKEW]. Ensure the
>         site will function acceptably without cache, but explicitly
>         set cache headers with long expiration times to allow for
>         clock or time zone inaccuracy in the client. 
>         
>         Kind regards
>         
>         Jyri
>         
>         
>         Jyri Hagman 
>         Nokia Corporation 
>          
>         
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