My name is Nicolas Hoizey.
JAMstack is often promoted as a good way to provide performant sites. It's even the first listed benefit on jamstack.wtf, a "guide [which] gathers the concept of JAMstack in a straight-forward guide to encourage other developers to adopt the workflow". But too many JAMstack sites are very slow.
I really like that SpeedCurve tried to innovate with this recent "User Happiness" metric. It aggregates multiple technical metrics to decide if users visiting the page are happy or not with it. But I see several issues in this metric.
People tend to be lazy (I am often) and chose the easiest tool to do the job, even if it's not the best one. Medium is the new Blogger, but with a much nicer content editing UI, and a cleaner presentation of content to readers. People can create and account and start publish in a few minutes, it's really easy. But how can all this be free?
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