> What we need is tooling around a new file format that is similar or
> analogous to our existing tooling, so that it is easy to edit, easy to
> review, easy to build, easy to test, and so on. Otherwise, the image
> files will not get maintained properly.
> As an example, if an image contains text (e.g., a flow chart or
> architecture diagram), then I expect that git grep will find it there,
> so that I know to update it when I rename or augment something.
> The above is all solvable. There are certainly image formats that fit
> those descriptions.
> Personally, I'd want to know specifically what images people would want,
> so we could discuss or prototype something around that.
One of the diagrams I want to have is a query processing flowchart.
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