If you attempt to upload an SVG file with a TITLE.../TITLE element in it, the software currently
gives you a cryptic error message (and aborts the upload process in such a manner that the
information previously entered into the upload form is irretrievably lost, so that you have to start
from scratch in order to try again).
Unfortunately, the formal SVG standard _recommends_ that every SVG document should have a TITLE
element, which "serves the purposes of identifying the content of the given SVG document fragment" -
and in fact the TITLE element is the quickest and easiest way of including document metadata (for
exmple, the contents of the overall TITLE element will be displayed in the window title bar when
using the Adobe SVG viewer plugin).
Furthermore, according to the SVG grammar, an SVG file can contain multiple TITLE.../TITLE elements
annotating each subsection, and this is an essential part of the "SVG Content Accessibility
Guidelines" devised for making the content of SVG files partially accessible to users who can't view
them in the ordinary way.
So forbidding all TITLE.../TITLE elements from SVG files is not particularly desirable (and I find
it annoying, since all my SVG files are annotated with TITLEs).