It's your choice, of course...
Posted Nov 9, 2011 16:48 UTC (Wed) by khim
In reply to: No problem...
Parent article: Firefox 8 released
The fancy things that are done in HTML5 aren't that spectacular to me
Well, HTML5 is mostly about webapps these times and if you don't want and don't need webapps - it's your choice, but then it should not matter to you if someone checks version string or UA of browser, or whatever.
though I don't do Ruby at all, if any site I *did* use ended up doing something like that, it's an easy way to get me to search for something else.
It's your choice. Thankfully few users feel like this so they can usually be ignore. BTW I've checked the Engine Yard: yeah, what it does is completely unnecessary but it does not waste all that many resources and does not waste any when you switch to the other tab so I'm not sure I want to start some kind of jihad which will waste a lot of my own human time and energy to save few percents of battery life on my laptop.
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