@mat-m is spot on, though my perspective is definitely production, not test. Running the leanest container possible has the added benefit of reducing the attack vectors as there is simply less surface for somebody to target. Alpine is specifically designed to be as lightweight as possible and as stripped down as possible.
Do we know who owns the image build process and can s/he weigh in on this?
@julian thanks a lot! And for the second question, is there any way to do it?
EDIT (just to clarify, in order to be helpfull for anyone in the future): Since my image, didn't had the data-state="unloaded" (in fact id didn't have the data-state at all on the img tag) i had to first, use
posts.unloadImages(post); an then posts.loadImages(); to get the image loaded. That's because posts.loadImages() only searches for data-state="unloaded", posts.unloadImages. gets all images in the post provided without the class .not-reponsive and puts the data-state="unloaded" in each img tag.
Yesterday i did a post regarding thumbnails for images (https://community.nodebb.org/topic/8385/auto-thumbnail-resize-images)
I've been thinking
Would it be possible to show a static icon for all images in posts and when the users click on the icon the uploaded image will load?
We think uploaded images take to much space, and the nodebb-plugin-image-sizer is complicated for some users to use.
Any help/feedback would be appreciated