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Old 01-07-2010, 03:17 PM
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Keep it

The problem is that the user is no longer able to pick by preference, as the low graphics part isn't there anymore.

I agree that it's a personal preference, but I also think, that the choice should be there.

The new "mobile" sites began emerging after the release of the iPhone. I welcomed them, and still do, as they worked great on my Nokia N810 internet tablet and later other touchscreen devices.

By then, we had three sites: desktop, touch and mobile. This is great, and can be tried by going to m.facebook.com, touch.facebook.com and facebook.com for example.

I see no reason that the really mobile version with almost only text should discontinue though, there can hardly be much maintenance involved in maintaining it.