A few points:  

First, jpeg still achieves substantial compression,
and is still lossy, even at a quality setting of 100.

Second, the jpeg docs recommend not using quality settings
above 95, because they greatly increase the file size without
improving the image quality.

Third, there is no way to change the defaults in GIMP 2.2
except by editing the C code for the jpeg plugin, 
but we are working on a way to do this that should apply
to all plugins, and you can expect it to be available in
GIMP 2.4.

  -- Bill

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