Our new Terms of Service are now live!
They are based on https://help.github.com/articles/github-terms-of-service
Because we tweaked GitHub’s markdown and then generated Hamlet from there, the exact html tags and classes and so on may not match other stuff in our code. And the more we modify the html, the harder it will be to regenerate if we want to update using the Markdown in the future. So, hopefully, the sass design stuff can just work with what’s there without modifying the hamlet
I copied and tweaked a few of the core things from GitHub so that it was at least similarly readable. The exact stuff in terms.sass is just my quick rough good-for-now, not quite following our principles perfectly.
So, while not priority, if design folks want to tweak that further, you now know the context to make sense of it. You could reference the GitHub design further to see what they did and/or adjust to fit our styles a bit more, as long as it’s still focused on what’s comfortable for long-term reading.
and structural changes to the document could be done in the original markdown, that's a whole different thing than just the css, visual design. ↩︎