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[minutes] 2012-10-24 Web Performance WG Teleconference #86

From: Jatinder Mann <jmann@microsoft.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2012 17:45:16 +0000
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Meeting Summary:

1.       Performance Idea: Sharing Timing information with web servers

Arthur Zavalkovsky from Radware shared an idea, where a standard meta tag could be added to the web page to tell the browser to automatically send timing data back to the server. E.g., <meta name='timing' content='nav-timing, resource-timing(xhr,img)'/>. Arthur will share more details on this proposal, with use cases to the mailing list.

Detailed Notes:

Web Perf Teleconference #86 10/24/2012

IRC log: http://www.w3.org/2012/10/24-webperf-irc

Meeting Minutes: http://www.w3.org/2012/10/24-webperf-minutes.html


Jatinder Mann, Philippe Le Hegaret, Tony Gentilcore, Arvind Jain, Ganesh Rao, Arthur Zavalkovsky, James Simonsen


Jatinder Mann



1.       Review open action items

2.       Discuss potential new performance ideas

Performance Ideas from Radware
Philippe: We have Arthur Zavalkovsky from Radware to discuss performance ideas.
Arthur: Radware is a security company. Many security and instrumentation companies inject JavaScript to the page and using Navigation Timing APIs, they provide instrumentation data. By doing so, the companies are changing web page performance characteristics and as well as the functionality of the page.
... Our idea is a standarized way to add meta-data tp the page, so that JavaScript doesn't need to be injected.
<plh> I guess it would be something like <meta name='timing' content='nav-timing, resource-timing(xhr,img)'/>
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