When asked about how to sort languages for the W3C site redesign, Richard made a great detailed answer, with a nice focus on user needs:
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In Vietnam the [crossed fingers] gesture [to another person] is considered rude. Referring to female genitals, it is comparable to the finger in western culture. —Wikipedia
Must remember this when working with our Vietnamese colleagues… 😅
I feel sorry for anyone trying to get into the field of web performance. Not only are there complex browser behaviours to understand, there’s also a veritable alphabet soup of initialisms to memorise. Here’s a really good post on web performance by Harry, but notice how the initialisms multiply like tribbles as the post progresses until we’re talking about using CWV metrics like LCP, FID, and CLS—alongside TTFB and SI—to look at PLPs, PDPs, and SRPs. And fair play to Harry; he expands each initialism the first time he introduces it.
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