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Subject: [xsl] RE: XML and JSON performance tests in browsers
From: David Lee <dlee@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 28 May 2013 15:30:33 +0000

I am proud to announce that results will first be published at "Balisage: The
Markup Conference" Aug 6 - 9, 2013, Montrial, Canada.
See http://www.balisage.net/ for details.
After the conference the full publication and associated data will be
published.

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David A. Lee
dlee@xxxxxxxxxxx
http://www.xmlsh.org

-----Original Message-----
From: David Lee
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2013 8:29 AM
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: XML and JSON performance tests in browsers

I am conducting research on real-world JSON and XML browser performance.
I would appreciate anyone with a few minutes to give it a try and send me
comments.   And if possible forward to your network.
( Note: This test is NOT intended to test everything  ... its a focused test
with a few controlled variables).

What You Do

Go to
   http://speedtest.xmlsh.org

Click "Run Tests And Submit..."
Test takes about 1 - 3 minutes depending on your internet and device speed.

Repeat as often as have patience on as many difference OS's, machines, browser
vendors and versions and devices.
I am particularly interested in mobile devices as these have had much less
coverage in these kinds of experiments, but anything you can try is valuable.

Please feel free to pass this link on ... I will be updating the tests pending
comments of this initial public beta and then intend on distributing the test
to a wider audience (including full source).

The results are intended to be published publicly after enough data collection
and analysis has been completed.

Your participation is hoped to bring world peace, let cats sleep with dogs,
 stop a zombie Armageddon and let Henny Penny come to terms with her
hallucinations about the sky falling.

Thank you for any assistance and comments.

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David A. Lee
dlee@xxxxxxxxxxx
http://www.xmlsh.org


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