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Re: Hello all

From: Stephane Boyera <boyera@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2009 10:35:55 +0200
Message-ID: <4A5D94EB.50701@w3.org>
To: Gavin Landon <gavin.landon@gmail.com>
CC: public-mw4d@w3.org
Dear Gavin,

Welcome to our group, and thanks for the introduction.
I would like to introduce the work of this group a bit more in details. 
its home page is at http://www.w3.org/2008/MW4D/
our focus is the use of mobile technologies in developing countries, and 
particularly in the Socio-economic development sector.
Given your particular interest, and your technical questions, i would 
recommend you also follow the public-bpwg list (see 
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-bpwg/ ). You would surely 
find there more people that could answer your technical questions, 
particularly around device detection, and device description repository.


Gavin Landon a écrit :
> Hello all, I've just signed up and hope to learn a few things about 
> Mobile detection via web.
> Background: I'm old C++ guys with 15 or so languages I've used over the 
> last 20 year.  13 of those years are in Web Development.
> I'm currently looking into the detection of cell phones from a website, 
> then validating speed, validating if streaming exists, screen sizes, OS 
> type, etc..
> I've started building something that will capture this info so I can 
> start analysing headers..
> http://www.dp.bz <http://www.dp.bz/> - my test bed
> I've looked at things like MOBI and MobileMultimedia, which seems to be 
> where I'm going.  But rather not pay for something, I think I can build 
> myself pretty easily.  For starters, I just want to figure out if 
> someone comes to my site, if I can stream them videos or not.  If they 
> can stream then based on speed what type of video and what bit rate..
> Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> -- 
> Gavin

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