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Re: 1.2 feedback: Streaming

From: Vadim Plessky <plessky@cnt.ru>
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 19:01:24 +0300
To: www-svg@w3.org
Message-Id: <200211221901.24910.plessky@cnt.ru>

On Friday 22 November 2002 1:08 pm, Robin Berjon wrote:
|  John Hayman wrote:
|   > - fast download (well, we'll see)
|  That's a topic on which I'm biased, but it's very much possible. There are
|  several contenders for compression within telecom standard organisations.
|  Whichever one is chosen will make SVG fast for mobiles, but it might not
| be compatible with SVG 1.2 and further developments beyond 1.1.

WAP is already dead, as consumers fro WAP services do exist only in minds of 
mobile phones manufacturers.
What does make you thinking that TelCos would install high-speed equipemnt?
There is a world-wide economy slowdown, and everyone trims fat to return 
companies to being profitable.
That's not the time when you can invest billions of dollars in 3G equipment or 
something similiar.

|   > - compelling content (animations are **KEY**)
|  I'd put that as the missing part. As yet (that I know of) there is too
| little interest from content creators (but not complete disinterest -- some
| are working on SVG for mobiles). I certainly hope that it changes soon (or
| that I'm proven wrong).

Why do you think that someone would be interested to make such tools?
And other part (potential users/graphic artists) would pay for those tools?
I doubt that next-generation content creator (supporting SVG) from Adobe or 
Corel would be free.

Best Regards,

Vadim Plessky
SVG Icons
Received on Friday, 22 November 2002 11:13:03 UTC

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