Replying to a tweet from @stubbornella
I’m writing a whole bunch about responsive design at the moment so that’s where my head is at right now. Happy to chat over video anytime.
(if you’d like to chat, my email is jeremy at clearleft dot com)
Welcome to Brighton!!!
That’s the same thought process I’ve used in the past and I came to the same conclusions. Reassuring to hear it’s not just me!
Here are some I’ve linked to in the past:
Here’s what I’m reading right now:
Welcome to Brighton!
You picked a nice day for it!
Ooh, yeah, that was fun!
Yes, but the selection is very limited:
As a member of The Long Now Foundation, I am absolutely disgusted by this. The environmental disaster of this “NFT-based crowdfunding model” is the antithesis of long-term thinking.
That makes sense—
svg isn’t a replaced element.
My gut feeling is that the
download attribute would be handy on the
img element (and other replaced elements too?) but I don’t have a use case to hand.
I shall ponder further.
I know this isn’t the use case you’re asking about, but if
download were available on the
img element, would it makes sense to also make it available on inline SVGs? (I do have a use case I can share for that.)
An alt-history space kick, you say? Are you reading @MaryRobinette’s Lady Astronaut series?
Thanks so much, Jared!
Maybe I could cajole you into being interviewed for the podcast sometime? 😉