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Rico Sta. Cruz
@rstacruz
lux (light), umbra (dark), una (one-page) — latin names, may be a bit pretentious but they're short and memorable (ish) :)
Ilya Radchenko
@knownasilya
the full prefix kind mutes the names though :/ e.g. docpress-theme-umbra
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
why not light, dark, single, I think that the intention is more clear
Rico Sta. Cruz
@rstacruz
okay, cool
but i think your theme is more fitting to be, say, "terminal" or "mono"
Ilya Radchenko
@knownasilya
yeah ^
Rico Sta. Cruz
@rstacruz
because a darker version of light seems totally plausible
Rico Sta. Cruz
@rstacruz
hmm, i just realized maybe shipping docpress-html with a bare theme may be a bad idea
maybe docpress-html should come with almost no styles, and the default theme should be a plugin instead
i dunno
i did make it with the intention, though, that it's a good starting point to extend the CSS from
uh, github hooks seems to be not working over here
docpress/docpress#146
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
:+1:
exists an issue about how to create title correctly?
moar improvements necessary:
  • Change title based of the page
  • Add minimal metadata
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
one thing, I created next branch linking github repositories of base and core
just to be possible deploy and see last changes: https://github.com/docpress/docpress/tree/next
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
@rstacruz what is the intenttion of this?
"eslint": "2.0.0",
    "eslint-config-standard": "5.2.0",
    "eslint-plugin-standard": "1.3.1",
You can simply use https://github.com/feross/standard but I'm not sure if the real intenttion use standard style
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
hmm mocha-standard
well ma problem is that atom detect standard and enable linting
Rico Sta. Cruz
@rstacruz
@Kikobeats, cant remember
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
I can make a PR replacing 3 deps for just one, standard
Rico Sta. Cruz
@rstacruz
sure go ahead :)
you can use mocha-standard to make things neater too
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
Screen Shot 2016-08-30 at 11.01.49.png
disqus css preview
Rico Sta. Cruz
@rstacruz
eck
too wide
probably needs to be the same width as .markdown-body
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
maybe same width than markdown content?
Rico Sta. Cruz
@rstacruz
yeah
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
yay
Rico Sta. Cruz
@rstacruz
wrote this outta boredom
and out of wanting to standardize contributing.md
haha
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
@rstacruz I don't know why but disqus comments works, but when docpress on local reload the page using livereload it is not present
just after reload it disappears
Ilya Radchenko
@knownasilya
I think those eslint modules are there for babel support?
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
maybe in the past but currently babel is not present
Ilya Radchenko
@knownasilya
ah, ok
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
on pr docpress/docpress#148
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
I think that in the past standard dep was less powerful but now it can validate all the code easily
just with a pre-test script
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
but we are using babel?
Ilya Radchenko
@knownasilya
no, so you're good :)
Kiko Beats
@Kikobeats
ah ok xD