I've deliberately *not* put any particular blog here.
My grip is that I've found a second theme (Modularity Lite) where I, someone with a good-quality calibrated screen and fully-corrected eyesight, cannot read some of the text as it's too dark to be on a black background.
Last week I had a similar grip with the contact form when using the Andrea theme.
Do WordPress take the trouble to run themes through this sort of tool?
If they do presumably they are not acting on it's reports, if they don't I wonder why not?
Accessibility is a hot topic in the UK, and I suspect in the rest of Europe and the US. I'd like to see WordPress take it seriously. I quote from the above URL:
It's important to remember that both the luminosity contrast ratio or the colour combination algorithm suggested by AERT have never been recommendations; they're suggestions by two WAI working groups to help determine whether or not the contrast between two colours can be read by people with colour blindness or other visual impairments. The luminosity contrast ratio algorithm will become a recommendation when WCAG 2 becomes a recommendation if it is still listed in the guidelines.