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From Foivos Diakogiannis <phoevos.diakogian...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: site speed and content translation
Date Fri, 24 Apr 2020 16:17:07 GMT
Dear all,

the loading speed from Australia (Perth at least) is also bad. I avoid
visiting the site for documentation for this reason.

Thank you all for this amazing tool that you've built and maintain.

Kind regards,
Foivos

On Sat, Apr 25, 2020 at 12:05 AM Aaron Markham <aaron.s.markham@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Hi MXNet community!
>
> I recently looked through stats for Q1 and compared them to previous
> quarters. I also checked out some of the insights. Here's what I found:
>
> MXNet traffic was relatively flat with a 0.24% gain in users QoQ, but a
> slight decline of users of -2.36% month over month. However, there was a
> noticeable decline in traffic from Asian language users, in particular
> Chinese (-17%), Japanese (-7%), Korean (-18%), and Taiwanese (-19%),
> meanwhile English was up around 10%.
>
> Google’s insights mention that the website loads much slower in China than
> everywhere else with an average of 19 seconds. This will frustrate many
> customers and it would be worth investigating CDN options for the website.
> This is all the more important because *China is the number one country
> using the MXNet website*.
>
> So I have two suggestions:
>
> 1. Localize the site for Chinese customers
> 2. Get some CDN or better mirror for Chinese customers so page load time
> isn't so horrible
>
> For (1), I was involved a long while back on a loc project for MXNet, but
> that sputtered out for reasons not worth getting into, but suffice to say,
> it can be a bit complicated. Scoping out what to translate is key. My
> suggestion is to translate just the main site, the Python guides, html
> versions of notebooks, but not the API reference, and not any other
> language APIs.
>
> For (2), IDK. Ask Apache Infra about it? AWS is bound to have an option
> here too.
>
> Cheers,
> Aaron
>

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