Over the years, the process of theme-ing Drupal sites has improved drastically. However, one issue that remains a constant pain point in the community is dealing with core and module CSS.
We think we all agree that it’s broken, but there are two completely opposite views on how to go about fixing this problem.
There are those that want to get rid of it altogether, and those that want to fix it at the source. What’s important is that we have a chance to fix things. We just need to get involved and share our ideas.
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