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Add recipe for modus-operandi-theme #6516

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protesilaos commented Oct 31, 2019

Brief summary of what the package does

Light theme designed for colour-contrast accessibility. Each combination of foreground and background colour values has a minimum contrast ratio of >= 7:1. This complies with the highest accessibility standard: WCAG AAA.

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https://gitlab.com/protesilaos/modus-themes

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  • The package is released under a GPL-Compatible Free Software License.
  • I've read CONTRIBUTING.org
  • I've used the latest version of package-lint to check for packaging issues, and addressed its feedback
  • My elisp byte-compiles cleanly
  • M-x checkdoc is happy with my docstrings
  • I've built and installed the package using the instructions in CONTRIBUTING.org
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alphapapa commented Nov 7, 2019

You might consider combining these themes into a single package, ala doom-themes.

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protesilaos commented Nov 7, 2019

Thanks for the feedback! I just thought it would be preferable to offer them as separate packages because one is not a pre-requisite for the other. Furthermore, and based on feedback I have received, users choose one or the other.

My approach on this was further inspired by the dired-hacks repo that I use, which offers standalone packages like dired-subtree, dired-collapse

At any rate, I am perfectly willing to combine them into a single package if the MELPA maintainers feel it is a better choice, for reasons they may provide.

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