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"modern" colors Re: Changes for emacs 28

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: "modern" colors Re: Changes for emacs 28
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2020 05:09:49 -0400

   >Fair enough.  I don't think we (Emacs community) are in a position to
   >make it look "modern" and sexy.  I know I'm not because my notion of
   >"modern and sexy" is quite outmoded ;-)
   >But "looks old" is usually not a deal breaker, just a negative
   >first impression.

   Actually spacemacs made it to look a bit more modern by just changing
   some colors.

What kind of changes to colors was that?  It would be good to quantify
what "modern" means.

   >Whenever I have to write text outside Emacs I feel hampered.

   Emacs has even a telegram client, jabber client, and IRC... so of course
   any method we use to communicate must have an emacs client, a web or
   desktop client and a mobile client.

Only as long as those protocols/systems do not require or recommend
non-free software.

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