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Re: Regarding local.css (mobile device support + overall readability)

From: Joshua Branson
Subject: Re: Regarding local.css (mobile device support + overall readability)
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2019 09:56:29 -0400
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Muto <address@hidden> writes:

This sounds like some pretty cool additions to the site's css!  I've got
some familiarity with html and CSS.  I'll try to find some time to take
a look at what you've done.

> Hello, bug-hurd readers,
> The "Patches" section of the Hurd's Savannah project page, along with
> the hurd-web maling list have not been all that active lately, so just
> to make sure someone sees this, I want to start a discussion here in
> the main mailing-list regarding the current state of local.css. I'm
> sorry, I don't mean to be a nuisance.
> A few days ago, I sent a patch to the Hurd, which contains a
> CSS file that enhances the website's mobile view on all browsers that
> support @media (most browsers). I believe that this stylesheet improves
> the site considerably, not just for mobile viewers, but for everyone.
> Aside from just adding mobile support, I also added what I
> consider to be globally increased readibility, such as a
> background-color change on <pre> blocks, and a bold font weight on
> <code> tags. There are many such small changes like this that I would
> like feedback on. 
> The file, along with screenshots, are attachments at:
> https://savannah.gnu.org/patch/?9764
> In the file there are detailed comments describing every new addition
> to the code. Please reply to this with any thoughts, ideas, concerns,
> criticism (constructive or not), worries, or questions (and if this
> stylesheet is complete garbage, I'll totally own it, so please let me
> know.)
> Again, I really think this is something the Hurd's Ikiwiki site could
> use, and I really think it'll help viewers find what they're looking
> for faster and with more comfort.
> Lastly, I know on the website it says specifically "do not hold back
> until the file is perfect. Make small code commits frequently", but I'm
> not sure how I'd go about that as someone without commit access (and I
> didn't want to spam up the "patches" section at Savannah with a
> hundred tiny changes). I'm sorry, again.

Joshua Branson
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