Coding and front end projects
Tools for the web and the world of GNU/Linux
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Introducing the Tempus Themes
The Tempus themes are used with terminal emulators and Vim. Their goal is to achieve an inclusive colour contrast of 4.50:1
Introducing the Prot16 Generator
The Prot16 Generator is a bash script that outputs Prot16 themes for a variety of apps and terminal emulators.
Newsboat replaces abandoned (?) newsbeuter
Newsbeuter seems to have been abandoned. Fortunately there is a fork: newsboat is the same code base and is maintained.
Prot16 syntax themes
Prot16 is a collection of colour schemes following the design philosophy of Ethan Schoonover's Solarized. Each scheme consists of 8 base values, divided by two groups into 'light' and 'dark', plus 8 accent values which remain constant across light and dark variations of an applied theme. The idea is to easily transition from light to dark while retaining the same feel. The accents are variants of red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, blue, violet, and magenta.
Links to selected GitHub projects
Configuration files for some of my favourite programs on GNU/Linux.
A nimble tool to automate the process of exporting the Prot16 colour schemes to a variety of applications and terminals.
Tempus is a collection of themes for Vim and terminal emulators that are compliant at the very least with the WCAG AA accessibility standard for colour contrast
Tempus Themes Generator
Script to build Tempus themes on demand.