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Yslow reports following issues with Jetpack:

1) Compress http://stats.wordpress.com/e-201219.js using gzip

2) Configure etags for http://stats.wordpress.com/g.gif?...

Modified the format so that it is easier to understand. How can I take action against these items. I am already using latest version of W3 Total cache plugin.

Pls advise.

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closed as off topic by Chip Bennett, Wyck, Brian Fegter, Chris_O, kaiser Aug 28 '12 at 19:23

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Close-voted as off topic. This question involves optimizing an arbitrary, third-party script/API. – Chip Bennett May 10 '12 at 12:52
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You can't "optimize" Jetpack. Look at the URL; it's served from wordpress.com. You get what they offer from their servers.

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