Re: JPEG-XL as Content-Encoding?

Poul-Henning Kamp <phk@phk.freebsd.dk> Thu, 20 August 2020 21:54 UTC

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Dmitri Tikhonov writes:

> I subscribe here as well.  In my mind, the way to switch the response
> from JPEG to JPXL is as follows:
>
>     Request:
>
>         GET /image.jpg
>         Accept: image/jpxl
>
>     Response:
>
>         OK...
>         Content-Type: image/jpxl
>         Vary: accept
>
> If 'Accept' does not specify image/jpxl, the server returns the original
> JPEG image.  Note that there is still the white lie of the image's .jpg
> extension, but this lie is smaller than the much more elaborate dance
> with the Content-Encoding.

Agreed.


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