The upstream SVGEdit app needs more work too; it's seen some additional cleanup & packaging in the last couple years but there's a lot of improvements that could be done if someone wants to put work into it.
I'd also love a thorough security review; I'm not 100% sure I trust it to run same-origin but then I'm paranoid. ;)
Updating the old SVGEdit extension for MediaWiki.
It's been broken for a while due to bitrot: some bad cleanup commits made it in that made the linter happy but broke the code at one point, and the upstream code's sample installation no longer allows cross-origin iframe communication by default.
Fixed the breakage and swapped the remote iframe for a local copy with a grunt script to mirror it out of node_modules.
Needs code review and future cleanup...
Still irked that Google hasn't released a Windows ARM64 build of Chrome yet. I mostly use Edge now for testing Chromium & V8 stuff, but I also use Chrome as my "work browser" on other machines so bookmarks sync etc, so I don't want to use Edge for work stuff. Nor do I want to use custom dev builds with no API keys for real work...
The x86 Chrome works adequately in emulation, but it's noticeably slower than the native Firefox and Edge releases.
Manjaro's kernel for the Pinebook Pro seems to grok the big-little config of the CPU and correctly assigns work preferably to the big cores (numbers 5 and 6) during load. Yay!
Total throughput on my mtpng test using all cores is about 1/3 that of the Surface Pro X, which sounds about right considering the specs.
If you're backing up your flickr photos, make sure you grab the "account data" zip file. It includes a .json for each photo with all the metadata, like your descriptions, tags and comments.
The rest of the zips are just the raw .jpg and .mp4 files and have no metadata except an awkward attempt to render titles into the filenames.
MediaWiki, ogv.js, OGVKit, mtpng, formerly StatusNet, human decency, puns.
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