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Hey all, recently I rejiggered the HTML and some of the styling for MDN and CanIUse panels. Y'all turn off Bikeshed's version of the styles and self-host identical ones, so the panels are slightly wonky now; you probably want to update your own versions.
You can find the changes at https://github.com/speced/bikeshed/commit/d96c4efbdac43c43823a8142109c7ea1991d1930#diff-1bb46e08457d4fd8605fd7523a0f43a30cba7888c4a38361df1ee74df8e5f132 and https://github.com/speced/bikeshed/commit/d96c4efbdac43c43823a8142109c7ea1991d1930#diff-c9d4a7b710464529076203003bf832d3e67b1f6bf4cf900ddb78d4b94c56d464.
Some labels from HTML I find myself wishing for from time to time:
In Bikeshed we can use
Required IDs. We've done this here: https://github.com/whatwg/infra/commit/9b412bce81d3d1b120cc671210599328cdcd764c.
https://github.com/whatwg/wattsi/issues/128 tracks this for Wattsi.
All requests can be find here: https://github.com/search?q=org%3Awhatwg+label%3A%22anchor+permanence%22.
This fixes the python code for the case check to avoid unwanted tweets
This doesn't fix https://github.com/whatwg/participate.whatwg.org/blob/main/lib/compose-tweet.js#L5 which is on a different repo.
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