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RE: survey of top web sites

From: Dailey, David P. <david.dailey@sru.edu>
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 21:39:33 -0400
Message-ID: <1835D662B263BC4E864A7CFAB2FEEB3D258BDE@msfexch01.srunet.sruad.edu>
To: "Sander Tekelenburg" <st@isoc.nl>, <public-html@w3.org>
Cc: <zdenko@ardi.si>, <sean@elementary-group.com>

On Thu 4/26/2007 8:25 PM Sander Tekelenburg wrote:

>At 12:05 -0400 UTC, on 2007-04-25, David Dailey wrote:

>> It is natural to ask "are popular sites representative of the
>> web as a whole?"

>I don't think they are at all. See below.
 [...]
 
Hi Sander. 
 
Given that Dan has confirmed (http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-html/2007Apr/1521.html) that at least a part of this conversation began because of a misunderstanding on my part, I suggest we take it off-line. I'm completely happy to discuss alternative methodologies for sampling the web, and think that I have some ideas that may prove useful to you here, but I think we've moved a bit far afield for the interest of all those 300 mail inboxes I keep imagining that suffer our every keystroke. (I must start wearing my reading glasses). Sean Fraser and Zdenko and you all seem to have strong interest in these issues, (based on  your responses and on http://esw.w3.org/topic/HtmlTaskBrainstorm ) so maybe a smaller conversation makes sense? 
 
regards,
David
[currently unhappy with my email client software since it doesn't let me re-edit my CC: line]
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