To improve your sleep and save energy on your displaying device as well as to be in continuity with our appearance on Mastodon and in the Matrix, we changed our web-instance now to "dark mode", meaning white letters on a dark/greyish background: https://opensourcegardens.info/
What is your opinion on this? Let us know in the poll in the next toot.
Thank you for participating, our mini poll on using dark or light mode shows a clear result in favor of dark mode, followed by the wish for both.
That means we keep the dark mode for now but as time allows we work on integrating a switch between both in the future with dark mode as default.
having said this: if you are a web designer/developer and like to help us with the development of the website, please get in contact.
Especially if you have a background/interest in barrier-free websites, static pages, inclusion and the decentralized web like Beaker, Fediverse etc.
Any help appreciated.
@opensourcegardens There’s an easy way in css to detect what the user’s preference is set to in their browser/OS, and serve them a theme based on that preference. I can send you a link to some sample code if you’d like an example.
@holly yes, please send us information and sample code so we can look if this matches our ideas of data suffiency - or, if you want you could even work on implementing this in our page ; )
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