I was doing one thing part of getting sourcehut.org to have automatic dark mode, but then I stumbled upon logo inconsistencies. On sourcehut.org, there is a "Logo & Media resources" page. https://sourcehut.org/logo/ The logo is there, but it seems inconsistent with sourcehut services. Here's what it looks like: https://sr.ht/static/logo.svg Here's the logos used on the "Logo & Media resources" page: https://sourcehut.org/sourcehut.svg https://sourcehut.org/sourcehut-white.svg It's not consistent with sourcehut services, including the spacing between the outer logo to the image border. There's also https://sr.ht/static/logo.png which is used as an alternative. It has an outline unlike the SVG logos. So which logo should be used? There seems to be differences in spacing, outlines, and colors as well depending on user's preference for light/dark theme. -- Jackson I use plaintext email! You should too. https://useplaintext.email/ PGP (ask for public key): 786EFFD632E233EF3AB9B9CC9E4FA9055FFD9E30
Use whichever one works best for your use-case, or hell, just make a new one. It's just a white circle.
On 23-09-14 23:18:32, Jackson wrote: > The logo is there, but it seems inconsistent with sourcehut services. Here's > what it looks like: > https://sr.ht/static/logo.svg I suspect CSS can used to override the fill property of the SVG so it can be changed based on dark/light preference without needing any changes to the file itself. Cheers, /Marius  https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/SVG/Tutorial/Fills_and_Strokes#using_css