I do like the old logo, as it was the default logo when I first started using Emacswiki many years ago. So seeing it gives me nice nostalgic fuzzy feelings inside 😊. I find the current logo quite bland and generic, when I first saw it popping up a couple of years ago, I initially thought I’d clicked the wrong bookmark. I’d love to help with the CSS but don’t have the time right now. Also, I think it would be better to wait until the redesigned HTML5 output of Oddmuse (with
<footer>, etc.) is stable.
I quite like the current CSS being used on Oddmuse’s homepage right now. Couldn’t we just use that, but with links in an orange color and the old Emacswiki logo? Why are there different features there, like syntax highlighting for non-elisp code?
How would one go about contributing to this? Should I use Brian Burns’ code in the GitHub repo you link to as a starting point?
– Anonymous 2021-02-08 14:24 UTC