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Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-pseudo][MQ][css-env] Seasonal Theming (#4627)

From: Christoph Päper via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 01 Jun 2020 19:04:21 +0000
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Many reasons for seasonal theming would be the same for everyone and it would make sense to offer predefined entry points for authors, so not everyone would have to create date and locale rules themselves. Iʼm thinking of stuff like Christmas (with Advent), Easter (with Lent), Ramadan, Holi, Halloween, Yom Kippur, Midsummer, Cinco del Mayo, Carnival, New Year, Poppy Day, St. Patrickʼs, Motherʼs Day, World AIDS Day, Thanksgiving, Summer Olympics, FIFA World Cup, Super Bowl, many national holidays celebrating independence, unification, liberation, revolution, victory or rulerʼs nominal birthday and so on. This could become part of a registry, as exists for list counters, if date and place “selectors” were available. This could also cover the recommended color(s), e. g. of flags, ribbons or crape. 

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