I'm sorry but I can not commit to anything. My availability is all over the
place and I usially just have to work on the lists and email. Sorry.
On Tuesday, November 10, 2015, Pat David <patda...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, poop. :)
> Will you be around on Thursday at some time to meet on IRC with schumaml
> and anyone else that wants to come?
> By the way - anyone that would like to join us, please do on
> irc.freenode.net #gimp-web
> I am tentatively thinking 1900UTC to meet - does that work ok for
> On Tue, Nov 10, 2015 at 4:07 AM Simon Budig <si...@budig.de> wrote:
>> Two minor issues:
>> Please consider making the body text more bold and more black.
>> For me the text is on the brink on the unreadable due to the lack of
>> contrast. Given that we all age at a rate of 1s/s I'd appreciate that
>> See http://www.home.unix-ag.org/simon/files/weight-comparison.png for a
>> comparison of the original and changing the weight to 400 (gimp.css:153)
>> and color to #333 (home.css:2).
> Of course I'll have a look! I'm hoping there might be a nice compromise.
> I'm rather fond of the lighter weight, but at the same time don't want to
> content to be hard to read.
> I did at least try to follow the W3C web content accessibility guidelines
> for contrast ratio (that light body text is actually 4.48:1 ratio, the
> guidelines for text that size is actually to be at least 3! Also -
> a W3C accessibility guideline for contrast ratio! :) ).
> I'll render out some options later and see if we can't make it a bit more
>> It might be worth looking at more pages than I did. For example the news
>> item date is #aaa on white in a very small light font. If we don't want
>> our visitors to read the text it would be better to remove the text
>> instead :)
> Absolutely, I'll check against the entire site when we find one we like.
> The news items have a (slightly) different color at the moment as well, I
> believe. I was trying to use color to differentiate secondary information
> from that area, but may have gone too far. :)
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