Robinson Tryon wrote on 2013-02-15 20:09:
I do apologize for gumming-up the wiki with these oversized image
files. They really don't belong on the wiki. Perhaps Camille and I can
no problem. The thing indeed is, we don't have any handy alternative at
the moment. But maybe that will change soon. ;)
work with you to find a replacement tool for storing all of our source
media! Or rather, perhaps we can take the lead on that task and
coordinate with you -- I don't want to take more of your time than
I'm still busy with the server migration, and the next server is already
waiting, so I don't have many cycles left for other tasks at the moment.
If someone else than me could take the lead, that'd be wonderful.
As a quick fix, I'd suggest moving it up to 10MB. Even though the wiki
is serving as our defacto repository for source media for design team
stuff, I think it's reasonable to have reservations about throwing
anything larger up than 10MB without having a really good reason,
I've set it to 10 MB now, let's see if it helps.
I'm puzzled myself! A 3.8MB file and a ~ 6MB file worked. But a couple
of 4.1MB files and a ~7MB file did not, so it's not like I'm seeing a
direct correlation with file size. Maybe there's something about the
complexity of the encoding...bit depth...something that makes the
internal processing stop.
That's really strange. I've switched from ImageMagick to the internal
processing for a test, but it didn't work either. Put it to my todo list.
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