thanks for these news.
About tags: I started with sorting my bugreports and sii you have already tagged most of them. I also saw that some of them are old and likely deprecated. Still true, but no longer relevant with newest releases of packages. Should I close them, or let them opened for doc-purpose?
Le 29/07/2017 à 00:58, Samuel Thibault a écrit :
Hello, Just a few news items: - I should have pointed it out earlier: with Debian Stretch being released, accessibility is now enabled by default. This means that notably, on a Debian system running the gnome desktop, you just need to press super-alt-s. There is no need to click some "enable accessibility" checkbox and re-login any more. This will also better expose the accessibility stack to developers, so they can themselves notice issues with it. - The a11y bug tracker tag was added, which we can now use to track down the accessibility issues. - The accessibility::* debtags were added. One can now contribute them on debtags.debian.org. This will allow to do apt-cache searches with filtering packages which have explicitly been marked as being accessible. - Just as a reminder, packages upload & bugs will stop being sent to this list, but instead to firstname.lastname@example.org , which you can subscribe to from https://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/pkg-a11y-devel Samuel