--- Comment #15 from Jean-Fred <> ---
(In reply to comment #14)
> The image itself disappears the moment you delete it (and always has) since
> its url at goes away.

Oh, does it? I had always assumed the thumb was cached for a while but I never
actually checked that. Thanks for the information :)

> The difference now would be instead of
> an <img> tag that doesn't render, the page might have a redlink for the image
> (Assuming the job queue is fast enough) for a couple minutes.

> If people didn't notice and complain previously when you did this sort of
> thing, I don't think they'll start noticing now.

Perfect then ; thanks Brian for reassuring me :-)

> As an aside, the main thing that pops to mind here is we need a better
> mechanism for splitting histories :)

We sure do :-)

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