Apr 16 2021
- Per https://github.com/ImageMagick/ImageMagick/commits/main/coders/jxl.c , first commit that introduces JPEG XL is on 2019-10-05 (release 7.0.8-68). The reference library is used from 2020-12-27 (release 7.0.10-54).
- No Debian package in the repository yet, although sources are available on https://gitlab.com/wg1/jpeg-xl/-/tree/master/debian
- Google Chrome ships with experimental support at least on Windows/Linux/Mac/Android. Firefox is working on it.
- GIMP plugin is already available with the reference library: https://gitlab.com/wg1/jpeg-xl/-/tree/master/plugins
Dec 8 2020
Dec 6 2020
Jan 31 2019
There is a clear benefit: >8-bit depth with lossy compression for when a 90MB 16-bit lossless tif/png is overkill. The server always returns an error when I try to upload a large 16-bit tif image, and png is slightly smaller so it works but the metadata is lost. The upcoming jpeg-xs codec should support 16-bit as well so it would make sense to skip jpeg2000 and implement XS.
Jan 6 2019
I think T142243 ([EPIC] Add open graph meta tags) might be most relevant, as T19503 (Provide metadata support on Wikimedia Commons) may be more about providing external data (s.a. that linked through WikiData) rather than what's on the image page (and it makes no mention to the open graph protocol though that may be irrelevant).
Dec 7 2017
Thank you for your impressive work!
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