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I wrote a set of Python scripts that let you restart NVDA on a remote machine if its not responding. This would've saved me many times, so I finally did it. To use, change the values in the config so they point to your IP address and an open port. Then, run the server on the remote machine. If you ever need to restart NVDA, run the client on your local machine, and your NVDA will restart. https://github.com/TheQuinbox/kill-nvda-remotely

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You just became my favorite person. Thank you!!!
@fireborn It's all my fault. Funny story, using Tweesecake Quin was my only conversation I had auto-read on Telegram so I left an Eloquence crash word unpatched and would ask her if she could send me it so NVDA would restart. LOL.

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Not too long ago, your two hands would have been enough to count the #reproducibleBuilds at @fdroidorg – but now it doesn't even help taking your shoes off to call your toes in. It's 50 now, and counting! I just successfully got an author's and my own first RB in ("with a little help from my friends"), and have 2 more pending :awesome:

So yes: expect more and more apps this way now. Install from #FDroid – update from Github if needed; signature matches. Just the GUI needs to show that now…

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Hello world!

Introducing Semaphore an accessible, simple and fast web client for Mastodon.

Semaphore continues the work of @nolan 's @pinafore, and will prioritise accessibility, continuing Pinafore's track record of integrating improvements from disabled contributors.

Follow this account if you'd like to keep up-to-date with releases and news.

#mastodon #accessible #a11y #client #app #web #semaphore #pinafore

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If your app, website, web app, video, photo, art, or anything you make is accessible, don't be afraid to shout it loudly. Put it in your app description. Add an accessibility page detailing what you've done to make your site accessible. Add that your video contains an audio description track. Ask blind folks to look at your art. Trust me, I'd love to look at a good page of described art. And text? Let people know they won't have to listen to piles of ascii graphics, like on some Gemini pages, GameFAQ walkthroughs, and so on (just clean text).

And yes, I know there are tools that we as blind people can use to work around inaccessibility. But do you see all the blind people flocking to Mastodon, and then going "Wow, I love all the described pictures!"? Or raving about Pinafore? Or sighing in relief that their third-party clients won't be yanked out from under them? Yeah. That kind of breath of fresh air is what accessibility gives us. It's like all your life having to walk around with an Intel NUC on each shoulder. Sure they're not *too* heavy, but if you get to take them off, and just be, just enjoy yourself, just take off the "I'm blind so I have to suck it up and deal with it" hat, you'll want to stay there, and you'll want to keep coming back to that restful, almost nurrishing experience of being able to be something other than "blind". That's what happens when developers meet us where we are, when they don't work against us, knowingly or otherwise. Sure, it's not perfect. Some clients can't do things other ones can. An app might work well on one platform, but not so well on another. A screen reader may not be good enough to give as much info as one wants, or in the medium one wants. But my goodness, developers who try and give us a good experience, the people that take a second, or minute, to describe their media, they are the people we'll remember, and we'll keep coming back to them.

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Content warning: shameless self promotion, only because you said you'd like to see pages of described art

Content warning: shameless self promotion, only because you said you'd like to see pages of described art

Content warning: shameless self promotion, only because you said you'd like to see pages of described art

Content warning: shameless self promotion, only because you said you'd like to see pages of described art

Content warning: shameless self promotion, only because you said you'd like to see pages of described art

@Eva Yes this is very true. Accessibility is the way.

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#adbsync v0.1.1 was just released, with some minor improvements and adjustments. Details in the changelog: https://codeberg.org/izzy/adbsync/releases – a.o. syncing TO your device(s) should now be much faster when using a recent version of #ADB (r25+ / Android 7.1+)

#Android #sync

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⚠️MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT⚠️

Tenacity 1.3 beta has officially been released for Windows and Linux! 🎉

Check it out here: https://codeberg.org/tenacityteam/tenacity/releases/tag/v1.3-beta

Key features:

* Clip features from Audacity 3.1.

* New themes from Audacium and Saucedacity

* Modern upstream dependencies are used

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This week, NV Access founders Mick and Jamie, travelled to Samoa to share the great benefits of NVDA. This article appeared in the Samoa Observer.
From the article (in speaking about NVDA): "Samoa Blind Persons Association President Mata’afa Faatino Utumapu said the software held unlimited opportunities for the blind to study and find employment."

https://www.samoaobserver.ws/category/samoa/101595
Photo of Mick and Jamie speaking to a room of people from the Samoa Blind Persons Association

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Currently pouring over a sample exam sheet set for Finnish highschool students in German as foreign language in 2020 to assess the accessibility of the exam solution. It's got everything an accessible test needs: a table of contents, a good heading structure, native HTML 5 media player with almost perfect accessibility, native controls such as radio buttons and edit fields to give the answers.
The students were to pass the test by connecting their computers with an Ethernet cable to the examination machine running a special OS, presumably a fork of Debian. The test was taken by tunneling into the examination machine through the web browser and handling the exam in an accessible HTML from there.
Sadly, the audio recordings for the listening part do not seem to be available. Pity, as they reference Whatsapp voice messages. Would be fun to check for their authenticity based on the sound quality.
On that note: Do language exams in your countries reference modern communication methods or is it still a telephone? When I took my final in German, "Social media: pros and cons" was just a subject of the mini essay I had to put together as part of the writing assignment.
https://web.archive.org/web/20200121222502/https://digabi.github.io/exam-engine/SC/fi-FI/koe.html
#Accessibility #Blind #Finland #Education #Languages #German

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My #RSS Viewer extension is now on the Mozilla Store: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/rss-viewer/

This extension does two quite simple (albeit useful) things that browsers stopped doing a while ago:

1. Tells you if a web page has an RSS feed announced via <link> and allows you to go directly there by clicking on the popup.

2. Renders the RSS feed through a nice Vue webapp when you open it in the browser, instead of uselessly dumping a bunch of XML (or inviting you to subscribe to the feed using a 3rd-party service instead of just reading it).

The source code is here: https://git.fabiomanganiello.com/rss-viewer-browser-extension

It also works on Chrome and any derived browsers, but I haven't had the patience to go through the byzantine extension approval process for the Chrome Store yet. In the meantime, if you use Chrome/Chromium/Brave etc. you can build the extension via npm build and then pack it on the fly.
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So we recently made a Fedora Workstation t-shirt highlighting some of the key projects we created or work on as part of @fedora Workstation namely @PipewireP , @containertoolbx , @BoxesGNOME, @FlatpakApps. If you boost this you will be added to a drawing to get one. (Giving out 5 here and 5 on twitter)

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I will do the drawing on Monday the 23rd of Jan (2023), so boost/reblog before then to be eligible.

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I'm a really big fan of TalkBack 13.1 so far. Currently, it's not on the Play store, but you can get it from APK mirror. It now allows you to swipe up and down to select actions, just like voiceover, has spell checking for text fields, supports USB for Braille displays, is generally much faster, made touch typing much more responsive, as well as introducing a new way of typing in which you drag your finger around, and then tap with another finger to select that letter, you no longer have to be focused on a text field to navigate by letter, word, etc. In a text field, you can be on gthe keyboard, and much more. It's still marked as a beta, for good reason, multiple times while swiping up and down through this post, I got jumped to the keyboard and random letters got typed, but overall, I'm really happy with it. .. .

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@fireborn @kev Are you on Android 13?


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I wrote a blog post giving an introduction to the PNG file format, aimed at anyone who wants to generate or parse their own PNGs (or who just wants to know how it works!)

https://www.da.vidbuchanan.co.uk/blog/hello-png.html
An abstract rainbow-y fish-scale-like background, with the text "Hello, PNG" in the centre.

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I know it is not going to resonate much with people in English speaking countries, but this has been a major issue for people who use alphabets with special characters (my native Czech included).

For years #PDF viewers on #Linux such as #Evince couldn't save characters outside the basic charsets in PDF forms. It turned out to be a complex problem and multi-year effort, but it's finally done and you can use unicode in PDF forms. First available in #Fedora 37 where we've already backported it.
W-8 BEN form with fields that are filled with words that include special Czech characters.

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GitHub - jafarlihi/sysm: sysm makes your system play custom sounds when any configured system or external event happens

https://github.com/jafarlihi/sysm

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Wish there were something like this available for Windows OS.

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A long time ago, there was an NVDA add-on, called Novelty eSpeak Synths. It gave you eSpeak Piglattin, and eSpeak Randomize Words. I've ported it to the new Synth Driver system, and put it on GitHub. You can get it here: https://github.com/TheQuinbox/Novelty-eSpeak-Synths/releases/download/2023.1/Novelty.eSpeak.Synths-2023.1.nvda-addon

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Interesting open source alternative to #Calendly that I just DISCOVERED. Anyone know if it's accessible?

"Meet Cal.com, the event-juggling scheduler for everyone. Focus on meeting, not making meetings. Free for individuals."

https://github.com/calcom/cal.com

#accessibility #usability #calendaring
@blindscribe Thanks for letting me know. I was hoping that someone from the #accessibility community had tried it.

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We had an #accessibility meeting about at-spi2-core, pyatspi2, orca - notes at https://gnome.pages.gitlab.gnome.org/at-spi2-core/devel-docs/meeting-2023-01-13.html

BigBlueButton seems usable with a screen reader! Everyone was able to participate just fine.

HedgeDoc, not so much?

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my co-op spoke to the hedgedoc devs about the lack of screen reader support and they said its not fixable without a rewrite which is planned for who knows when
@kawaiipunk bleh. We'll have to look for another tool.

(Do you have any idea if etherpad works?)
I'm not sure sorry. We went back to sending documents via email for this client.
I have used etherpad lite to an extend. Editing the document is easy with orca and firefox. It has keyboard shortcut for jumping from the document to toolbar and back. Finding out who wrote what part is not as straightforward.


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Hm, why is gnome-calculator calling imf.org? 🤔

#privacy #gnome
gnome-callculator spy screenshot
@ebassi
1. Thank you. That was not intuitive at all
2. Serious? I'm not going to argue why its wrong that a _calculator_ calls European Central Bank (yes it also calls there) when I opens it and want to add 2+2. That should be obvious. The currency converter is a very very tiny feature in this calculator that I didn't even know about until now and have no need of using. Anyway, it's fine to have it, but I should be made aware of this.

Dogdy at best...
It only updates the list of currencies daily, or weekly, not "every time you open it and want to add 2+2", let's not devolve into pointless hyperbole.

Anyway, thanks for filing an issue; the maintainer will take it from there.

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#UnifiedPush using #xmpp #Conversations :blobheart:

Now #fluffychat (#matrix) gets notifications instantly (using conversations.im server)

Just set what XMPP account (in any server) will get notified and share it in your device

https://unifiedpush.org/users/distributors/conversations/

Free/Open source FTW!!

APPS with UP service: https://unifiedpush.org/users/apps/

(you can set what server will manage the service, eventually: your own)

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I'm confused. 🤯 Matrix notifications over XMPP? What comes next? However, what ever works best for your use case is great 💚
@krille just like that (as you already know 😉 )

For anyone reading, context is "gettting Push Notifications on devices that not depend on Google Services"

There are some alternatives, not just xmpp/conversations, but this is a new implementation and make it simplier for the user.

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This evening I pushed a #Prosody community module that acts as a #UnifiedPush server. It allows apps on your phone to receive push notifications, using #XMPP as the delivery channel instead of Google's proprietary FCM or regular polling.

It uses a protocol devised and implemented by @daniel and all credit goes to him for this idea and first implementations.

It's all experimental stuff, but I'm already using it to get realtime notifications in #Fedilab 🙂

https://modules.prosody.im/mod_unified_push

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Very much intrigued by this new player listed on the HIMS International website, the SensePlayer. I wonder if they are planning to unveil it in the US at the ATIA conference in a few weeks. Anyone know anymore about this one? https://www.himsintl.com/en/daisyplayer/view.php?idx=13

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#Conversations 2.12.0 is now a #UnifiedPush distributor! Check out how to set it up here:

https://unifiedpush.org/users/distributors/conversations/

https://youtube.com/watch?v=wKTk6XGMp3I

Thanks @daniel @mattj!

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Now the first "public beta" of my little "adbsync" script is tagged and available at

https://codeberg.org/izzy/adbsync/releases

Should be stable enough to be released to the public (though its code was public from the very beginning). adbsync lets you sync directories between your #Android device(s) and your (#Linux) PC without any special app, just utilizing things like rsync, adb, adbfs – and jq (to parse the JSON config file).

Give it a try, feedback welcome :awesome:

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Thank you a lot for the detailed explanation!

I was bothered by similar issues (installing Syncthing, lack of SSH server). Will definitely try out! Also I'm curious how well it performs on non-rooted devices (that performant, but pesky Fire HDX).

I like the rationale behind Adebar! Will have a closer look soon!
@floppy adbsync does not use any "rooted features". It uses adbfs-rootless (sic!) to access the Android file system, and some (rootless) ADB calls to adjust timestamps (when syncing TO the device, as adbfs doesn't support all attributes). Depending on the directory size, it' not the fastest (I e.g. notice syncing my TiBu/Seedvault backup directories always takes several minutes even when just synced 5 minutes before).
(1/2)
@floppy (2/2) but then, high performance is not on the top of my list, reliability is. Once I'm satisfied all is working as it should (which meanwhile seems the case, hence the tag; I even dared enabling deletion with one-way syncs) I'll set up a nightly cron job at e.g. 4 am. No need to watch it live. Devices connected at the time will be synced, and I can watch the logs anytime later if I wish to.

Adebar: great, take a look at the example docs it generated: https://izzy.codeberg.page/adebar/
I think it's a pretty elegant solution to use adbfs for elaborate syncing. I tried to go that direction in the past, but I think my old hardware got in the way in the end.

I had a look at adbsync and I like it a lot! I had some minor issues (details follow), but it seems to be working nicely. Pretty impressive you went all the way through directory tree traversal and working around the timestamp limitations!
I had problems with spaces and special characters in filenames when syncing and could get it fixed by adapting sync2dev() a little.

https://termbin.com/w1ls

I still get some strange rsync errors, but they don't seem to impact anything.

rsync: [sender] readdir("[local-path]/[android-path]/."): Input/output error (5)
rsync error: some files/attrs were not transferred (see previous errors) (code 23) at main.c(1326) [sender=3.2.4]
@floppy 1) don't use spaces in names, they always cause trouble
2) could you please put that into an issue in the repo, or a PR?
3) yes, those errors happen when syncing TO the device, Guess why I had to work around that with some special rsync options and manual timestamp adjustments 🙈 That's caused by adbfs, see https://github.com/spion/adbfs-rootless/issues/59
1) I never use spaces myself (for that very reason), but I'm too lazy to rename files people sent me.
2) Will try! But setting up a Codeberg account is on my list of a while and not sure when I will get to it.
@floppy if 2) is already on your list, why not just do it? Takes maybe 5 min 😉
That is really true, at least as far as only the actual account creation is concerned.

But before that I wanted to settle on some kind of way of handling my online identities. For privacy reasons I want to keep different interests, stuff to be put online (so much), and social interactions deliberately dissociated. As for in this case, I haven't completely settled on e.g. a proper online name for the nerdier interests. ("floppy" is nice, but wasn't intended to be final. 🙂)
I haven't made it to Codeberg yet, so in the interest of not delaying it until I forget, I'll drop some thoughts here quickly. I hope that's ok. :)

In terms of documentation, I think it might be good for people less familiar with rsync to point out that in the config's .devices[].sync[].{devdir,pcdir} should keep the trailing slash. (Or some handling in the script might be nice.)
@floppy Sorry, but here those hints get lost. If you don't want to make an account at Codeberg, you can find my mail address in the imprint of my website 😉

And good point with the trailing slash – had that in mind but always forget…
I fully agree that other forms of communication work better for such topics, but it's a bit tricky for me right now-now. (Hopefully that changes again soon.)
I prefer to log to stdout only, which afaict is the unspecified option. If you think this might be interesting to others, this functionality could be documented explicitly. :) (Alternatively maybe logging to a file, but really these are just some pointers without acute need.)

I'm pretty swamped at the moment, so I might need a few more days, but I'll give adbsync a more thorough test and get back to you in a while!
@floppy log to stdout only: "logfile":"none" – and maybe 2>&1 if you really want to re-route errors there too. And yes, that is documented explicitly – see inside the doc/ dir 😉

Logging to a file: Sure, same thing and also documented: "logfile":"/path/to/logfile". Everything that's not just empty, "none" or "syslog" is expected to be a file name.
@floppy with the latest commit, adbsync makes sure devdir & pcdir have a trailing slash (if not it adds it), so docu must only point out it must be dirs (not a file name) – so it's your last wish I just implemented :awesome:

Further, no longer adjusting timestamps on push. Guess what I just discovered: "adb push" supports a `--sync` parameter only pushing newer files & taking care for timestamps. "adb pull" unfortunately does not support that or rsync+adbfs would only be needed for "--delete"…
I am not subscribed to many issues or projects, but incidentally I am for adbfs-rootless (for a long time actually) and incidentally I found your comments in my email inbox today. :)

Thank you for the update also! adb's parameter sounds like good news, at least partially. Maybe they fix the "pull" sub-command too some time.

Thanks for taking care of the trailing slashes! 😉 I think other people checking out the project will benefit greatly there. :)

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Got a fork of Pinafore running, have a new name, working on some identity stuff like logo work to make it clear it's separate from Pinafore before sharing it wider.

Mainly will just be implementing:
1. Accessibility fixes and features
2. Whatever I personally want

I'm mainly interested in keeping it going because I know a lot of disabled people are active around the project and I want to make sure there's a viable client for people.

From my experience maintaining smaller projects I say no a lot so will likely lock contribution down a lot to avoid getting overwhelmed.

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Glad to hear that. Keep us posted. Given the deprecation of Pinafore, I was thinking about contributing to the official Mastodon client, but the effort involved in setting that up for local development (given I think I'd have to set up the server part as well) is just way more than I'm willing to invest.

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@jcsteh for sure, hopefully get some time this weekend to share more...

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The Atlassian Accessibility webpage: https://www.atlassian.com/accessibility Nice. They have a lot of work to do! #a11y #jira #confluence #accessibility #atlassian

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I scanned every package on PyPi and found 57 live AWS keys https://tomforb.es/i-scanned-every-package-on-pypi-and-found-57-live-aws-keys/

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This habit of talking down to people with disabilities, to competent adults, is infuriating.

Woman with vision impairment refused drink at Adelaide hotel because she didn't have a carer - ABC News

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-01-09/woman-refused-drink-at-adelaide-bar/101836594

#disability
#accessibility

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Listen to the @podjournal podcast 🎧️ 🇩🇪, using a Podcasting 2.0 app, and follow it on the Fediverse.
In this 1st episode, @Schaarsen talks about @Castopod, Podcasting 2.0, Podlove, the Fediverse, Pocket Casts and WordPress.
With a piece from @Podnews Weekly by @samsethi and @jamescridland with @yassinedoghri and @benjaminbellamy as guests.
RSS tip by @js
English subtitles by Whisper, manually corrected with Aegisub. 📺️ 🇺🇸
🗒️ Show notes: 👉️ https://podjournal.de/@podjournal/episodes/podjournal-episode-1-castopod-fediverse-and-der-pocket-casts-block-fur-wordpress

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As a hobby, I hack instant messaging gateways from various chat "apps" to XMPP (XMPP is to Whatsapp what the fediverse is to Twitter). Slidge (the name I gave to my hobby software thingy) has been mostly usable for me for a few weeks, so I decided to talk about it a little in my blog, by pretending some milestone has been reached and calling it a "release candidate".

https://www.nicoco.fr/blog/2023/01/08/slidge-rc1/
A screenshot of poezio, a TUI chat app. Image shows this conversation:

13:52:04 Carabistrot changed: status: Last seen Sunday 12:52 GMT, show: away 13:52:45 « nicoco> Some people like to use terminal-based chat apps. 13:53:03 Carabistrot changed: show: available
13:53:08 Carabistrot> Mais TG
13:53:47 Carabistrot changed: status: Last seen Sunday 12:53 GMT, show: away The same conversation, in whatsapp on Android.
The same conversations, in Conversations, a chat app for android.
Mais TG

Désolé, c'était trop tentant... Ça me rappelle mes amis quand je leur parle d'XMPP. Ravi de voir que je ne suis pas le seul 😁

Et merci pour le boulot, je vais tester ça !
@nels Haaa, quelqu'un a remarqué l'humour glacé et sophistiqué qui se glissait dans les screenshots, merci ;)
Hi, thanks a lot for sharing this !
I recently gave a try to matrix/WhatsApp. Could you tell if you have a different philosophy or if it is "just" a xmpp/matrix difference ?
Thanks :)
Sinon je ne prendrais pas mal de recevoir un TG
@Chartrux
The "technical" philosophy of the bridge part is very similar. In fact, both for whatsapp and messenger slidge relies on (reverse engineered) libs from the mautrix project. I even had a one-line pull request merged in maufbabi (the facebook lib), wow!
One difference though, I don't plan to run a large-scale paid instance like beeper.com. Slidge's amateurism is a feature ;-).
@Chartrux pas de TG sur le fediverse, on est bienveillants ici, je vois pas pourquoi tu dis des gros mots comme ça... je suis choqué 😋

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My blogpost on how to verify your #Mastodon account and how to establish a chain of trust all the way to #CzechPoint verification, and generally why it's good to have a domain as your online identity.
https://blog.eischmann.cz/2023/01/05/overeni-uctu-od-mastodonu-az-k-czechpointu/

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I have a question for anyone using screen readers. If you were shown an unfamiliar webpage/document that you were going to read, which of these would you use? Feel free to boost.

  • Say All (8%, 2 votes)
  • Arrows/quick navigation (91%, 21 votes)
23 voters. Poll end: 3 weeks ago

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I've been playing with #ChatGPT a lot since it came out on November 30th. A few days ago, I decided to have a bit of a conversation with it about the threat it might pose to the future of digital #accessibility.

The resulting conversation surprised me beyond anything I could ever imagine. Why don't you take a look? :)

https://inklusiv.ca/will-chatgpt-threaten-the-future-of-the-digital-accessibility-field/
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Thanks for sharing this. I do feel though that the answers you received were fed to the machine by nice humans who certainly understand the trends of present times. I felt like I was at the university lecture on #accessibility and not an honest conversation! Good try though! :)
@vick21 lol yes, fair enough. It was surprisingly nice, positive, and thoughtful. But then again, if AI is just out to kill us, I’d expect it to be as sneaky and deceiving as it possibly can be. Other conversations will follow, no doubt. :)

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One thing I wanted to do for years was to experiment with Conversations acting as a push provider for apps that don’t maintain their own TCP connection (https://Tusky.app, https://Ltt.rs, …).

@unifiedpush’s recent post on the @fdroidorg blog¹ renewed my interested in this topic and I've just merged code that make Conversations a UnifiedPush Distributor.

I’m already receiving my @Tusky notifications via #XMPP 🥳

¹: https://f-droid.org/en/2022/12/18/unifiedpush.html

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@stevenroose Just to explain the concept a little more. Gotify could potentially (It isn’t but it could) be a UnifiedPush client app. Then it wouldn’t have to maintain it’s own persistent WebSocket connection but rely on the XMPP->Conversations chain.
It could be an alternative UnifiedPush client and have its own persistent websocket connection for users that don't have a Jabber account? I thought it could already wake up other apps though, but I never actually used it fully. But I had an app that had push notifications through Gotify.

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I'm willing to pay up to $10,000 (USD), to whomever I need to pay, to solve the #GNOME AT keyboard input handling problem once and for all. Currently, toolkits implementing AT-SPI have to pass all keyboard events to the AT-SPI registry, then wait for a response on whether the event should be processed as usual. No other platform does something like this, and this unique platform-specific requirement is a major complication for #AccessKit. I want to get this fixed. #accessibility

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