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Re: SMIL in SVG

From: John C. Wang <John.Wang@IAdea.com>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2012 12:47:24 +0800
Message-ID: <50C80C5C.5090709@IAdea.com>
To: public-websignage@w3.org
I'd agree we should look at high level gaps at this stage instead of 
specific implementations. Even HTML5 behaves so differently across 
browsers that we should not depend on the current implementation to 
decide what to choose. Measuring performance and number of browsers 
supporting is IMHO a bad argument for picking a standard, unless we are 
specifically favoring a particular vendor.

We should look at actual requirements and gaps from real deployments to 
decide what to include in or exclude from our spec.

John C. Wang
IAdea: Digital Signage Media Appliances
http://www.IAdea.com
Skype: jcwang_tw

On 12/12/2012 10:21 AM, Kai Hendry wrote:
> On 11 December 2012 19:13, Futomi Hatano <futomi.hatano@newphoria.co.jp> wrote:
>> BTW, do you have any actual web-based signage contents,
>> by any chance?
>> If so and we can view the contents in web browsers from anywhere,
>> could you tell us the URL?
>> It should be helpful for us.
> Here's one, but it's pretty complex:
> https://play.renewchannel.com/
> I think they have the same version on http://renewsolution.com/ too.
>
> Most of my other customers have gone for something far simpler,
> thankfully. With in mind to improve the experience everyday, which the
> Web does ever so well.
>
> Can't really share customer's sites as they are internal and private.
> Think info screen with Web statistics in an office. And of course the
> Google Slides based sign mentioned before.
>
> I want to focus on a elegant solution for "real time" control/updating
> without manually reloading the page.
> Trying to avoid the OS level ssh restart mechanism, but sometimes
> there is no avoiding it if say the browser locks up due to memory
> exhaustion, which we're trying to fix:
> https://github.com/Webconverger/webc/issues/83
>
> This thing I developed relies on polling and iframe which suffers from
> the X-frame issues on a lot of Websites:
> https://github.com/Webconverger/neondemo
> Demo is here: http://sg.webconverger.com/
> You can experiment with our Neon Web signage solution based on
> Firefox, downloadable from http://webconverger.com/ using options
> like:
>
>      homepage=http://sg.webconverger.com/?mac=MACID
>      noblank
>      noclean
>      chrome=neon
>      swarp=0,0
>
> Happy to help in an email off list.
>
> Kind regards,
>
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