Re: Adding a chapter about accessibility in the handbook?

From: Pau Amma <>
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2021 01:10:14 UTC
On 2021-09-21 17:12, Rannug Blah wrote:
> I was browsing through the amazing volume that is the handbook and 
> realized
> that you have as far as I can tell
> no section about accessibility. So I felt I should mention the need, 
> just a
> simple chapter about setting up yasr or something
> and providing links for people to find software in that area.

Oh, I like that! I'd add (if there's a way to) making modifier keys 
(shift, control, alt, and whatever else) sticky, so someone with limited 
dexterity or the use of one hand only would have an easier time typing. 
(Does anyone still use the console-based copy and paste features? I 
don't remember offhand whether there's a keyboard-only way to use them.)

> Thanks again and I hope I'm not asking too much!

I for one don't think you are. Would you be willing and able to 
contribute draft language or review a draft addition?