2 reasons why it's going to be useful:
1. CSS blur filter is not widely supported - this gives us 100% browser compatibility.
2. Used in conjunction with the `Quality` method (already implemented) this could provide great performance optimisation when used with responsive image techniques and perhaps better lazy loading of images (ie: load a low quality blurred placeholder initially...
- Image Processor
Scheduled items are already planned for development and prioritized, therefore don’t require voting from Partners.