> I have done some tests on all the PNG files in Tux Paint, and running
> TruePNG followed by PNGZopfli, the size of the files stamp and other
> files was reduced by ~2.6 MiB (some of this came from TruePNG and some
> from Zopfli compression).
> I think this is a worthwhile saving, and recommend using the
> optimised PNG files. I have commit access to the CVS repository, so
> if I get the go-ahead, I can commit the files.
You say you've done some tests... what OSes have you done your testing
with? If you can test with Haiku and all of the PNG images still look ok
then it'd be ok with me. By default Haiku only has libpng, so as long as
TruePNG and Zopfli are only required during optimization and compress and
not on the viewing side I would think it'd be ok, but we should still
verify that it doesn't mess things up. There's vm images of Haiku on their
website, you should be able to test it with that.