This sounds like an interesting idea. I would talk to Kaldari about the best way to go
about doing it, though.
On Jun 14, 2012, at 9:59 AM, Munaf Assaf wrote:
I'm currently working on the Typography style guide and it occurred to me that we
might also want to co-maintain/unify the actual CSS we're using to ensure
I've had some success with LESS: http://lesscss.org/
In general, it's a great way to write CSS, but it's also a way to enforce
consistency since it allows for things like global variables (e.g. @baseLinkColor) that
one person can create/maintain and others can reuse.
Just wanted to start the discussion. What do you guys think? I will probably maintain my
own LESS files and put them up on GitHub (and link them on the style guide Wiki), but
maybe we can all keep up the same repo.
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