There seems to be a recent trendy move to white type on black backgrounds and, while it's fine for logos and occasional advertising-style content, it's a death-knell if you expect people to actually read more than a paragraph. There's a very good reason why we've traditionally put dark type on lighter backgrounds and not vice-versa - it's much more readable over extended periods of time.
For some reason, the artsy types have also seen fit to relegate serif typefaces (not to be confused with fonts) to the dustbin of history and that, too, is a huge mistake for readability (a font only identifies the family - a typeface includes font, size, bold, italics, underlining, and all other attributes). Serifs are designed specifically to make type more readable - even lowly monospaced Courier, often used for code listings, has serifs! Again, block fonts are fine for things like logos, ads, etc., where the purpose is to catch attention, but, not for long periods of reading, especially in tiny typeface sizes (all of these blogs in block typefaces just drive my eyes bloodshot ): ).
Otherwise, seems like a good idea, especially since we have nothing else to do but complain here in the forum without our R-Pi boards in front of our drooling countenances
The best things in life aren't things ... but, a Pi comes pretty darned close!
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." -- W.B. Yeats
In theory, theory & practice are the same - in practice, they aren't!!!