These are chat archives for jescalan/roots

9th
Sep 2016
Alexandre Faustino
@alexmigf
Sep 09 2016 01:46
Hi people, i'm new to Roots. What do you recommend for Sass/SCSS grid for Roots?
Tom Kraak
@tkraak
Sep 09 2016 02:14
@alexmigf you can use anything you want
Daniel Box
@dbox
Sep 09 2016 14:16
I recommend Jeet
just make sure you use 6.1.2
Tom Kraak
@tkraak
Sep 09 2016 14:28
@dbox Jeet is the way to go for grids these days?
Kyle MacDonald
@kylemac
Sep 09 2016 14:28
lost-grid is probably the way to go, but postcss + roots is a bit tougher to configure
Daniel Box
@dbox
Sep 09 2016 14:39
he was asking about sass/scss
imho lost doenst add anything really neccessary
Kyle MacDonald
@kylemac
Sep 09 2016 14:40
right - jeet was my suggestion too (then you said it) but i was also going to add that lost-grid is probably better, but as you said, not sass/scss and harder to configure
Daniel Box
@dbox
Sep 09 2016 14:40
also the guy who made both has moved passed both and working on a new one called ant: https://github.com/corysimmons/postcss-ant
Kyle MacDonald
@kylemac
Sep 09 2016 14:40
sometimes i forget people can't hear/read the voices in my head
Daniel Box
@dbox
Sep 09 2016 14:40
i also just hate lost's name
Kyle MacDonald
@kylemac
Sep 09 2016 14:40
its futile to try and keep up with cory and these grids
Daniel Box
@dbox
Sep 09 2016 14:40
i dont want to see lost-column in my code
Kyle MacDonald
@kylemac
Sep 09 2016 14:41
he's all over the map
Daniel Box
@dbox
Sep 09 2016 14:41
haha
yeah
jeet is :ok_hand:
i've used on probably 20 projects
they just have a repo management problem so like i said make sure you lock to 6.1.2 for now

its futile to try and keep up with cory and these grids

:laughing: so true

I do anyway cuz I enjoy his madness
Jeff Escalante
@jescalan
Sep 09 2016 14:46
hahah oh cory
there was once a time where i forked and rewrote jeet, then he got super mad about it, then eventually decided to use it and ship it as normal jeet
also hi @budparr -- sorry im a little late jumping in here, but really exciting to hear about the stuff you're working on, and I'd love to come check out some meetups. Would be more than happy to do a talk as well, whenever. We're working on some pretty exciting stuff in the static space over here at carrot :)