Embiggen the linked WordPress og:image
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Looks like WordPress.org blog posts currently use a 150x150 px image as an Open Graph protocol image to sexify shared links on Facebook, Twitter, Windows 8, LinkedIn, etc.
Facebook has a minimum image dimension requirement of 200x200 px to optimize for selecting an image that works in a variety of display scenarios including HiDPI. Current image is under that minimum dimension. Facebook supports an image up to 5 MB in filesize. Twitter supports up to 1 MB in filesize.
Bump up the size of the default WordPress logo used as an og:image on WordPress.org blog and elsewhere to something huge (ideally > 1500x1500 px) for maximized display opportunities for WordPress.org link summaries displayed on other sites.