One click image optimization for GitHub

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#4 Product of the DayDecember 25, 2014
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Paul Arterburn
Paul Arterburn@parterburn · Director of Engineering at Unreasonable
Pretty slick! Just so everyone knows, when you click "Shrink all images" it creates a Pull Request that you have to approve before any changes are actually made.
Michael Warkentin
Michael WarkentinMaker@mwarkentin · OpsEng, Wave
Hey, I built - if you have any questions or comments, let me know! I'll try to help you out however I can! Merry Christmas!
Mike Coutermarsh
Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ GitHub
@mwarkentin hey! this is cool. What are you using to optimize the images? Something like imageoptim? Is it lossless? I could see myself using this for open source projects. But for private... I'm usually not comfortable giving out repo access.
Michael Warkentin
Michael WarkentinMaker@mwarkentin · OpsEng, Wave
@mscccc, thanks for checking it out! Yep, behind the scenes I'm using a few different types of tools to do the image optimization (depending on file type). All optimization is lossless (and you can double-check if you wish with the pull request diff tools before merging). Re: repo access - this is something I've heard a [few times already]( I will be splitting out the permissions soon so that you can grant permissions for public repos only. If this is something that you think would be useful for your private repos, I'd be happy to chat and figure out if there's a way that we could make it work (eg. official Terms of Service / Privacy Policy, running a private instance for you, etc.) Cheers!
Michael Warkentin
Michael WarkentinMaker@mwarkentin · OpsEng, Wave