I noticed that a lot of people on Mastodon are open source folks, so I wanted to share this article. It was written with blind people in mind, but I think it could help developers feel where we're coming from, why we hold on to closed source operating systems and software, and I did give ways blind people could help make software more usable for us. https://devinprater.github.io/open-source-blindness/ #opensource #accessibility #linux
in the future, basically all websites will be full of unblockable ads and/or implemented entirely in ultra-fucked webassembly/opengl, and the tech-savvy will browse the web entirely through cat & mouse proxy servers running headless browsers to OCR the inaccessible content back into old-fashioned normal HTML and illegally redistribute it through peer-to-peer networks
This is just a bear... being a good citizen.
Bon du coup, livre suivant : « Où va l'argent des pauvres » de Denis Colombi @Uneheuredepeine
Tom Nook attendra demain.
Hoping to make people's life better with free software at @Framasoft.
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