Fedora Linux Rawhide Test Week for Accessibility

If you’re passionate about making Fedora Linux more accessible, especially in GNOME, this might be interesting for you:
The Fedora Project community has announced, that they currently hold an A11Y test week.

Here is a summary from their announcement:
“In the spirit of fostering a diverse and inclusive community, Fedora is proud to announce its upcoming Accessibility (a11y) Test Week. As part of the Fedora Week of Diversity, this event, running from June 19 to June 25, 2024. It aims to ensure that our software is accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities.
Accessibility Test Week is an opportunity for testers, developers, and users to contribute to the betterment of Fedora by ensuring that our latest features and software in GNOME are accessible.
Accessibility in technology ensures that everyone, including people with disabilities, can use software effectively.
To participate, you’ll need access to Fedora Rawhide (F41) with the latest updates installed.”

More information:
Wiki-Page: Test Day:2024-06-19 Fedora 41 A11Y
Results Page
Test object: Fedora Nightly Images

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