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Greg Strong wrote on 2021-05-07 UTC

@Greg: We really should continue expanding the SVG set. Perhaps on a demand basis. If Aurelian just needs two or three new images, it would not be that much effort to create those.

Absolutely.  I haven't uploaded a new set yet, but I have made some new pieces.  But most of my time in Inkscape has been making SVGs for Fergus's abstract pieces.  (I'm up to 23 of those completed.)  But, yes, this work should continue.  I'll put together a new upload for Alfaerie this weekend.


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