SVG's can contain elements which are removable or optimizable.
Such an optimization may lead to a reduced file size.
That has an impact on Kaidan's repository and package size.
Additionally, it leads to a smoother user interface because an SVG with a small file size can be loaded and adjusted faster than an SVG with a bigger file size.
Because SVGOMG has many options, the following hints should help with its usage after opening the SVG via the the menu entry Open SVG on the left hand side.
The button of the Precision bar should be moved as far as possible to the right as long as the SVG looks the same.
The option Remove raster images should always be used since the SVG should not contain a raster image.
Options starting with Round/rewrite should be used if possible but with caution since elements can look differently after rounding some values.
The option Merge paths can have unwanted consequences.
The options Remove xmlns and Replace duplicate elements with links are not recommended.
If the option Remove editor data leads to an undesirable appearance, the SVG should be saved as a normal SVG via the SVG editing software (to remove all editor specific elements) and opened in SVGOMG again.