a few months ago, there was a post about Accessibility in Fedora Workstation in the Fedora Magazine. That got me exited since I rely on accessibility tools quite a bit (mostly screen magnification).
I’ve been using the Fedora Cinnamon Spin for years as my daily driver but thought I might give the main GNOME based Fedora Workstation another shot if accessibility work is underway there. At least if the direction looks promising. My last GNOME accessibility experience was not necessarily bad, but a bit underwhelming compared to what I had before. But that had been years in the past and things change
Wanting to do a quick check before I switch, I tried finding a few docs about the current state, but there seems to be nothing recent about this apart from the one Fedora Magazine post. There are really old guides for F12 and a few drafts for more recent ones with one for F20 being the most recent one I could find. There also aren’t any
#a11y tags here on Fedora Discussion.
Looking upstream to the GNOME Accessibility Team I also only found old docs with links to the GNOME accessibility mailing list which does not seem to exist any longer and a roadmap which ended in 2012. Again, nothing pointing to any recent activity in this area.
Does anyone know if there is still interest in this accessibility? Or are the recent efforts already dead again?