• Robin RaszkaRobin Raszka, over 7 years ago


    -1 points
    • Oliver Pattison, over 7 years ago

      Not helpful? Not accurate? Feedback is welcome.

      3 points
      • Ed AdamsEd Adams, over 7 years ago

        I can't see how this is unhelpful or inaccurate. All you've done is point out that SVGs can be used in GitHub readmes.

        DN sometimes gets nonconstructive and pointless comments like this. It's annoying. Don't worry about it. I thought this was a handy reminder.

        3 points
      • Robin RaszkaRobin Raszka, over 7 years ago (edited over 7 years ago )

        Not helpful, I didn't mean to piss on your bonfire but everybody who is on Github knows that you can add SVG into README.md

        0 points
        • Oliver Pattison, over 7 years ago (edited over 7 years ago )

          “Everybody knows” is not inclusive language. That is a pretty rude thing to say to those who were not yet aware of that fact or who hadn’t thought about it before. Remember the guideline at DN: be nice?

          I thought I’d post a quick tutorial about what is or isn’t possible with a really tiny but extremely widely-used feature in GitHub: embedding images in a markdown file. Not helpful to you: absolutely fine! Perhaps it is obvious to you (or me for that matter) or most of the people who use GitHub, but what harm is there in posting a quick reference? Don’t you want GitHub and its features to be more approachable or better explained to people? You get there by explaining “obvious” things. Take a look at https://help.github.com for another reference point (and by the way, the information here isn’t posted there).

          0 points
    • David DarnesDavid Darnes, over 7 years ago

      This could be considered as spam, seeing as it's barely 1 word.

      2 points