[Standards-JIG] JEP0153 Avatar size
wolf at bluehands.de
Tue Aug 30 10:16:25 UTC 2005
I think yes.
8192 bytes would be the max size of the binary image.
My test shows 10924 bytes after base64 including 1 byte padding (a trailing "=").
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>Subject: [Standards-JIG] JEP0153 Avatar size
>JEP 0153 states that Avatars are to be <=8 kbytes. But it doesn't say
>whether this is before or after base64-encoding. My assumption is that
>it should be before, but then if a server wants to limit the size, how
>should it do so? Despite the spec saying it should be
>seems sensible that a server should have its own limits as
>it limit the base64 text to 10923 bytes? This should be the max that
>base64(8192 bytes) produces.
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