>> Yes, true, we noticed that already. Hence we'll have to leave it as it
>> is right now. A bit unfortunate, this would have really shrunk the
>> archive significantly. But we may still be able to do that one day...
> The two biggest chunks in Models/ are Weather/ (110 MByte) and
> Geometry/ (35 MByte).  If we'd rip these out - just as a thought
> experiment - the rest which somehow relates to Scenemodels would be
> only 100 MByte.  That's quite small compared to most other
> subdirectories.

Half of the textures in /Weather/ will be obsolete soon (= as soon as the
new cloud rendering system runs reliably and is tested, i.e. in a month
from now?). That can potentially reduce the size here.

* Thorsten

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