On Wed, Jan 17, 2018 at 1:51 AM, Sam Smith <samsmith(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
IMO #1 is preferable from the operations and
performance perspectives as the
response is always served from the edge and includes very few headers,
whereas the request in #2 may be served by the application servers if the
user is logged in (or in the mobile site's beta cohort). However, the
requests in #2 are already
It seems the sentence above is cut, can you resend it?
We're currently considering recording page
interactions when previews are
open for longer than 1000 ms. We estimate that this would increase overall
web requests by 0.3% .
Can you say some words about how the 1000 ms threshold is chosen? Is
this based (partially) on looking at traces where a user-agent goes to
a page and returns to the "source" article?