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Subject [Httpd Wiki] Update of "ApacheCon2010Atlanta" by SanderTemme
Date Wed, 14 Apr 2010 15:04:09 GMT
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  ||<)>'''Speaker contact info:'''||lsong at google dot com ||
  ||<)>'''Session Abstract:'''|| Page Speed is an open-source Firefox/Firebug Add-on.
Webmasters and web developers can use Page Speed to evaluate the performance of their web
pages and to get suggestions on how to improve them. The Page Speed rules are for improving
client-side performance (e.g., optimizing images, combining resources, etc.) Many may find
that manually modifying their web pages with Page Speed suggestions is tedious.  Given that
Apache HTTP web server is the most popular web server, we are developing an Apache module
to automatically apply the Page Speed rules on the fly for web pages. We will discuss the
implementation of the module, named mod_pagespeed, and explore various techniques available
for Apache (such as mod_deflate, mod_expires) to improve client-side performance. ||
  ||<)>'''Speaker bio:'''|| Libo Song is a Software Engineer at Google. He works on
Page Speed.  ||
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+ ||<)>'''Session Title:'''|| mod_proxy_balancer In The Trenches ||
+ ||<)>'''Speaker:'''|| Daniel ||
+ ||<)>'''Speaker contact info:'''||  ||
+ ||<)>'''Session Abstract:'''|| Entry added for the purpose of the vote.  See discussion
on PMC list for the Abstract. ||
+ ||<)>'''Speaker bio:'''|| ||
  ||<)>'''Session Title:'''||  ||

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