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From Volkan YAZICI <>
Subject Re: Promoting devicemap strengths
Date Mon, 22 Dec 2014 10:53:04 GMT
That's great news Radu! Is it available at a publicly accessibile URL?

BTW, if there is anything I can help with the website (HTML, CSS, JS,
etc.), just inform me, I will be more than happy to give a hand.

Speaking without knowing what the new design actually looks like, I think

   - we need a compact, catchy, to-the-point logo for the project.
   - Instead of something in the line of old dull Apache project webpages
   (e.g., Tomcat <>), I would rather prefer a more
   modern one (e.g. CouchDB <>).

On Sat, Dec 20, 2014 at 12:43 AM, Radu Cotescu <> wrote:

> Hi Reza,
> I'm almost ready with the new site (the design is still the same you guys
> saw in my initial prototype, but I'd argue that it's better than what we
> currently have anyway). I'll try to dress these ideas with a more
> marketable wording (maybe Bertrand can change hats a bit, he's helped me
> with this in the past).
> This info should be on the first page, probably from paragraph 2 onwards,
> after we briefly describe what DeviceMap is.
> I'll commit the work I've done on the site tomorrow as it's rather late
> right now over here.
> Cheers,
> Radu
> On Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 11:34 PM, Reza Naghibi <
>> wrote:
> > So now that our project is picking up, I would like to better market the
> > strengths of this project. For now, im thinking of a blurb on the
> homepage.
> > Here is what I have so far:
> >
> > -We are the only truly open source DDR out there. Our data and API are
> > completely free and open. We have the backing of the Apache Software
> > Foundation.
> > -We have a state of the art classification API. Unlike other APIs which
> > classify and detect devices using a mix of code, parsing, and regex, we
> are
> > purely pattern driven. Our classification API is domain independent.
> > -With our upcoming 2.0 release, we will be the the only DDR which allows
> > devices to be classified using 3 independent and unrelated aspects:
> device,
> > operating system, and browser.
> > -We are a great choice for HTTP log analysis. DeviceMap can easily
> > classify your traffic logs to better understand your user device
> > composition.
> >
> > Thoughts? Additions? Better wording? Also, what about browsermap? What
> can
> > we say about that aspect of this project?
> >
> > Also, I just want to add that I think realtime HTTP device classification
> > is just as relevant as ever. Companies are always asking for it. Also,
> from
> > first hand experience, I am still seeing large complex webapps fail when
> > trying to be 100% css responsive. These projects would have greatly
> > benefited from simple backend device templating and/or user choice of
> > templating. Ex: Do you want to view our Lite or Desktop site?
> >

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