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Please consider adding support for Lossless JPEG (SOF3, aka LJPEG). This format is used in medical imaging (DICOM) and RAW files of digital cameras (DNG). An argument for this to be in standard library is that most of the required parts are already in place (JPEG parser, Huffman coding), whereas an external library would need to replicate those private methods.
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As a feature request, I suppose it's a valid feature request.
Whether or not it lives in image or x/image depends on how much code it would share or not share with the existing image/jpeg package. You mention the JPEG parser (which is trivial) and the Huffman coding (less trivial), but on a quick skim, the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lossless_JPEG page says that "Lossless JPEG... [uses] a completely different technique from the lossy JPEG standard".
Either way, though, I really don't have any spare time to work on this myself. If you want to try doing this yourself, I would suggest starting by forking the standard library's image/jpeg code. It'd be easier to make the image vs x/image decision after we have at least a rough proof of concept implementation to look at.