Subject: Re: [boost] [git] Submodule's readme and logo
From: Paul A. Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-12-13 11:09:36
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> From: Boost [mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Daniel James
> Sent: Friday, December 13, 2013 3:48 PM
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> Subject: Re: [boost] [git] Submodule's readme and logo
> On 13 December 2013 15:05, Paul A. Bristow <pbristow_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > And I believe that the time has come to move to SVG for all graphics if possible.
> > Even Internet Explorer 9 to 11 now supports SVG pretty well (as do
> > most other browsers now that screen sizes range from a postage stamp
> > up to a cinema screen with every imaginable aspect ratio and pixel density).
> I was going to say the same thing. Although I just ran a crude check on the recent server log
> IE 8.0 appears to be the most popular version. About 4% of the total logged http requests for the
> few days were from IE 6/7/8. This is not really reliable data (and I wouldn't be surprised if some
> requests have spoofed browser ids), but it's still higher than I'd expect. But it's not really a
> these people don't see the logos on github, so I'd go for using SVG.
Not sure I understand this ?
Did you mean IE 9.0 was the most popular IE version? (This is the first to support SVG)
"About 4% of the total logged http requests for the past few days were from IE 6/7/8 " Does this
mean that of these 4%, IE8 is the most popular?
Are the version of other browsers Chrome, Opera etc new enough to work with SVG?
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