Last modified: 2005-09-12 22:28:44 UTC
That page shows a 3000px thumbnail of [[Image:223.svg]], which has a "native"
size of only 744px. As a result, MediaWiki serves
for the 3000px thumbnail, and has the browser scale it up! Obviously, the whole
point of SVG is that you can scale it arbitrarily large; the "native" size is
meaningless and should be ignored.
The maximum scaling size for SVGs is set to whichever is larger of the
native size and 1024px by default. Arbitrary scaling is neat, but we do
have limited server resources.