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David Bruant's blog on MDN.

Everything written under https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/User:dbruant/blog only reflects my opinion. Not Mozilla's. Not MDN's.


I already have a Wordpress blog. But I have a couple of issues with it.

  • The theme is awful, I don't feel like searching or paying for a good one. I don't feel customizing one. Mostly because I'm not a visual designer and that would require me to learn this new skill which isn't mine. That would require me to work with CSS which I'm not a big fan of (though, I probably could decide to use the newest features).
    • MDN has decent readability properties. I'll benefit for free of the upcoming redesign.
  • A major MDN use case is exposing code snippets. It's possible with wordpress, but it's not good. Doing something I like would require tweaking Wordpress which I don't feel like doing. I'd prefer contributing to Kuma.


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