On Sunday, 22 May 2016 at 19:36:39 UTC, Sönke Ludwig wrote:
The new site is cool, except a few annoyances:
1. The font is much thinner than on dlang.org main site
(font-weight set to 300 for no good reason), and thus much harder
to read. Using #333 for text color instead of pure black makes it
even harder. Come on, perhaps most of us already have some sort
of vision defects, please do not make it worse.
2. Project READMEs now render with different font which looks
weird. (OTOH, the README alone looks nicer and easier on eyes,
because plain Helvetica or Arial are just better suited for
on-screen reading than clumsy serif fonts like roboto slab).
3. Clicking the top-left dub logo directs to
"http://code.dlang.org/packages/" which is 404.
4. List of available versions for a package is broken: the most
recent version is repeated multiple times and is not a hyperlink.
Also, some parts of READMEs are not rendered the way they are on
github, like: nested lists, [ ]/[x] progress ticks, syntax
highlighting in code snippets.