On Mon, Nov 23, 2015 at 11:01 PM Chris Mohler <cr33...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Derailer here - asking for a webfont to be loaded is no less or more
> secure than asking for an image to be loaded. In other words, simply
> loading any web page is probably going to require loading external
> resources to render properly - requesting a web font doesn't install
> it in your system directory or anything. It's just a one-time deal on
> page load, just like an image.
These are my thoughts as well, but still we design for the least capability
> Performance is an issue though. I'm a bit appalled that 4 or 5 seconds
> for "above the fold" seems to be OK. But I'm a late intro to this
> discussion, so maybe I'm off base.
4-5 seconds for above the fold content is _not_ ok. It's also _not_
normal. The example I used above was under load, throttled to a 1mbit/s
connection. We're under heavy load these past few days, so don't judge the
page performance right now. After some slight abatement recently I was
seeing 1-2 seconds for atf content, and 3-4 seconds for complete page load.
ymmv, but we haven't even started optimizing things yet.
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