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Sep 19 2015

igrigorik added a comment to T100258: [EPIC] Only load the lead section on page load.

Our experiments show that optimized pages load four times faster than the original page and use 80% fewer bytes. As our users’ overall experience became faster, we saw a 50% increase in traffic to these optimized pages.

Although this seems to be pretty obvious, can you share these experiments? Are they public? They will be good to point at when justifying such a change to an angry user editor thinks we are not giving their content the prominence it deserves.

Sep 19 2015, 11:13 PM · Readers-Web-Backlog, MobileFrontend, Patch-For-Review, Performance, Epic

Sep 18 2015

igrigorik added a comment to T100258: [EPIC] Only load the lead section on page load.

FWIW, here's a real-world example of potential wins to be had here:

Sep 18 2015, 7:56 PM · Readers-Web-Backlog, MobileFrontend, Patch-For-Review, Performance, Epic

Sep 16 2015

igrigorik added a comment to T110615: Explore the improvement on first paint / load time on connections if we load images via JS.

Do we have an upstream bug report with the browser vendor? Images are non-blocking resources and shouldn't be competing with blocking JS/CSS...

Sep 16 2015, 11:59 PM · MobileFrontend, Performance
igrigorik added a comment to T100258: [EPIC] Only load the lead section on page load.

@Gilles @Jdlrobson some thoughts and followup questions based on the above..

Sep 16 2015, 11:44 PM · Readers-Web-Backlog, MobileFrontend, Patch-For-Review, Performance, Epic

Sep 15 2015

igrigorik added a comment to T100258: [EPIC] Only load the lead section on page load.

Based on recent perf audit [1], this change should have dramatic performance benefits for users on slower connections... Anything we can do to help unblock this?

Sep 15 2015, 3:02 PM · Readers-Web-Backlog, MobileFrontend, Patch-For-Review, Performance, Epic
Restricted Application updated subscribers of T34618: MediaWiki should support partial page caching (edge side includes).
Sep 15 2015, 2:55 PM · WorkType-NewFunctionality, MediaWiki-General