I'm very happy to see this update, thanks.
A question specifically related to photos/images...
Previously, you set a size limit for images, and based on that limit you either allowed an upload or you rejected it. If you allowed it, the full image was stored on your server. A thumbnail was created for quick display but the full size image was still saved.
With mobile devices creating larger and larger photos/image files, and I don't want to reject uploads when the user has little or no control over the file size, but I also don't want to use up all my server space storing all those large files.
I'd like to see no size limit for images uploaded (well, maybe a very large limit like 10MB or 20MB), but then if it's larger than a certain size, for example 500KB or 1MB, the image gets resized automatically and the original upload is discarded, saving space on the server. I don't think it would be difficult to set a limit and if the upload is larger then reduce the dimensions and/or the image quality until it's below that size.
If this capability is not in the new version, could you please point me to the appropriate location in the code where I could do some checking and reduce dimensions? Of course, would be happy to share results.