@veer66 What is too tight? If your software/site flies on 2G; it'll be an amazing experience for those on 2G and highers. The lesson here is that to have a stellar experience, designing and testing in the most common (and usually overlooked) parameters can lead to great results. @mishari

@jalcine @mishari Too tight means testing on too slow network e.g. 2400 bps modem. This leads back to my first question. I will rephrase it. Where do people still use 2G?

@veer66 @mishari No lie, I haven't responded for a few reasons:

1) There's no strong case against testing in low speed environments: it literally helps you improve speed times when testing code

2) This "request for evidence" is something you can handle as easily and in the same amount of time you've requested it over here: bfy.tw/LeDr

@veer66 the point is not 2G the point is constraints force you to implement better design. @jalcine

@mishari @jalcine [OT] Next week, we are going to talk to people from Mozilla Taipei about culture and situation here at Grande Centre Point Terminal 21 lobby at 14:00 2019-01-13. They are going to explore by themselves too. I invite you.

@mishari They are going to take a look to their potential users by themselves instead of imaging about the users at their office and searching for average something from search engines.

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