At 03:34 18-07-2017, Rich Kulawiec wrote:
professional use by technical personnel. Economy and conciseness are
particularly important to those who don't have the privilege of cheap
high-speed connectivity and/or the wealth to pay the usurious rates
charged by some ISPs. As the IETF seeks increased involvement and
diversity around the world (a goal I strongly support) I think it's
critical to ensure that the resources required for participation are
I did a quick test. The current web site loads in under 5 seconds
while the posh version takes around 20 seconds. I would look at the
revamp in terms of audience  and purpose. From a UX perspective,
it would be good if a participant could in one click from the "front
door" reach the datatracker.
In a non-IETF meeting which I attended recently, there were comments
about a topic being too technical . Does the posh web site makes
IETF content less technical and more accessible?
The posh web pages include support for Twitter summary cards  and
Facebook OpenGraph tags . Is that necessary?
1. Throttled to "slow ADSL".
2. That is covered in the SOW.
3. I would rate the level as well below the average level of an IETF