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

From: Muto
Subject: Re: Regarding local.css (mobile device support + overall readability)
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2019 22:51:06 -0600

On Wed, 13 Mar 2019 01:02:50 +0100
Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault@gnu.org> wrote:

> That looks nice, indeed, but submitting the final local.css file makes
> it hard for us to review each piece of change. It'd be a lot easier
> for us to look at it and commit what we agree on, if you submitted a
> patch series.
> A hundred tiny changes would be tedious to review, but a big one
> change is complex to review as well. A good middleground is just to
> be found :)
> Samuel

(If this shows up in a new thread, I'm sorry. I
have no idea how mailing lists work)

Sounds good. I can upload a series of patches, such as:
News section changes
Sidebar changes
Header changes
Mobile site addition
and miscellaneous modifications.

Each of these changes should be decently small in size.

How should I go about posting these? For each patch I can make a copy
of the original (currently active) CSS file and modify them so each
patch has the same "old" file, but with different sections changed.

Or I can just upload a very small CSS file per patch, containing nothing
other than the modified code (maybe a file upload isn't even necessary?)

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