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From: Kai Hendry <hendry@aplixcorp.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 16:05:36 +0100
Message-ID: <b24851260804160805k6633a3e8kd7c3747fdf8066f9@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-mwts@w3.org

Sorry I didn't make the teleconference. Truth be told I much prefer
mailing lists. :)


I posted to the OpenAJAX list about the test:
http://openajax.org/pipermail/mobile/2008q2/000180.html

I've heard the suggestion of supporting a "real world" >1000 pixel
width Website before. I'm not sure about panning etc. as there might
be another way or browsing the Web, like:
http://natalian.org/archives/2004/04/26/line-mode-browser/
Also I don't know how you would distill that panning test into a
little green/red square mind.



I'm reading up about CJK (China, Japan, Korea) type Web and perhaps
proposing a charset/code point test. Nowadays with media prices being
so low there shouldn't be a good reason why every glyph known to
mankind isn't on a mobile for example. So I was thinking of using
certain troublesome code points in Unicode for identifying tests.
Forgive me if I've suggested this before.

I am concerned about Web compatibility in China. However I do not read
Chinese, so if you have a Chinese Web designer friend, perhaps contact
him/her?

Here is a fun picture of a popular Chinese portal:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/hendry/2418991990/


Kind regards,
Received on Wednesday, 16 April 2008 15:06:13 GMT

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