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ISSUE-12 (beacon-size-limit): Determine appropriate size limit for beacon data based on current usage patterns [Beacon]

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Date: Wed, 05 Mar 2014 20:22:15 +0000
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ISSUE-12 (beacon-size-limit): Determine appropriate size limit for beacon data based on current usage patterns [Beacon]

http://www.w3.org/2010/webperf/track/issues/12

Raised by: Jatinder Mann
On product: Beacon

Determine appropriate size limit for beacon data based on current usage patterns to help us determine what the right limit should be for beacon data transmissions and whether we should set a limit on number of beacons per page or rate at which beacons are transmitted. Ilya, you had mentioned that you were going to look at Google Analytics data to see what the common analytics package sizes are? That data will go a long way in helping us determine an appropriate limit.
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