Future Linode audio walkthroughs from a blind users point
I wanted to find out what if any tutorials (I've done one on Linode.com that is intended to intraduce new people to Linode.com) see that tutorial for more please if you haven't already, as I'd like to know what other people might wish to see produced. I.e. How we blind folks use SSH in general, and such. I thought I'd demonstrate that next.
I'll probably create a Poll or something for voating! God Bless.
P.s. I do note that ordering a Linode is a topic I want to get to, but can't do at the moment for demonstration purposes. SSH is something I can do, as I do have access to a practice Linode my friend lets me work with, so I'll probably go with that next. But if you want others that don't involve me purchasing one (just yet) let me know!
How we blind folks use SSH in general, and such.
I'd be very interested in learning about this. I have a friend with poor visual acuity who may someday lose his sight.
How do you answer "what" with a "yes"?
The pole will be around for 17 days, so voat fast on ideas or respond to this topic, and any suggested topics other than ordering a Linode as explained in the primary edited post above will for sure be considered!
If users wish me to increase the number of days from 17, please reply or private message me on the forum, and I'll gladly increase or decrease (if you folks wish!)
Thanks, and I hope you all enjoy the new pole!
There are a lot of us "blind users" that access and use technology on a day to day bases. We don't really see the need to notify the world we're a blind user because really, it makes no sense to, especially throwing it in our usernames like that. Asking the public (probably 99.99% sighted people) to vote on what they want to see is also sort of pointless because this tutorial should really be written for blind users. I've always found it much more constructive to just let people ask questions if they have them. to each their own I guess, but this topic just sort of struck me wrong.
As for access to Linode, it's really no different from accessing any other service from SSH. The panel is actually 100% accessible (although I'm not totally sure about what graphs are shown visually). From that point, I guess I assume anyone who may wish to run a Linode can spend 10 minutes looking around and maybe ask the "how do blind folks SSH" question if they're looking for a client to use, but it's already pretty intuitive.