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If a decoder encounters a critical chunk it does not recognize, it must abort reading the file or supply the user with an appropriate warning.The case of the second letter indicates whether the chunk is "public" (either in the specification or the registry of special-purpose public chunks) or "private" (not standardised). This ensures that public and private chunk names can never conflict with each other (although two private chunk names could conflict).The third letter must be uppercase to conform to the PNG specification. Decoders should treat a chunk with a lower case third letter the same as any other unrecognised chunk.The case of the fourth letter indicates whether the chunk is safe to copy by editors that do not recognize it.You can chat with our online users by visiting our main chat room. Other chat members near Papua New Guinea To chat with other Chat Hour members who live near Papua New Guinea, you can use the following links to browse our chatters.Click a link and chat with someone living near Papua New Guinea now.

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The original authors listed on RFC 2083 are: After the header comes a series of chunks, each of which conveys certain information about the image.

Chunks declare themselves as critical or ancillary, and a program encountering an ancillary chunk that it does not understand can safely ignore it.

A January 1995 precursory discussion thread, on the usenet newsgroup "comp.graphics" with the subject Thoughts on a GIF-replacement file format, had many propositions, which would later be part of the PNG file format.

In this thread, Oliver Fromme, author of the popular DOS JPEG viewer QPEG, proposed the PING name, a recursive acronym meaning PING is not GIF, and also the PNG extension.

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