This is inspired by the GTK4 thread where devs complained that nobody wanted to do the work of fixing accessibility to fit their idea of how it should work.
If you ship software that breaks accessibility, you've shipped broken software. It's popular to ship broken software for profit, but I expect better from the free software community. You can keep supporting the legacy tech until you build a satisfactory replacement.
Started a page to catalogue my approach to learning Japanese:
Includes a bunch of helpful Anki decks and a script you can use to generate your own custom Anki decks for Japanse vocab.
Feedback welcome from both new and experienced Japanese learners!
- above all else, it's a nice language. it's got its pain points compared to something like Go, but I would more readily use this for constructing a terminal application of any sort any day, simply because of how "good" it feels to write those sorts of applications in Rust. (still gotta hand it to Go for concurrency and being super nice to use - async/await in stable rust is nice, though)
Programming is my primary skill, but I also love linguistics.
Learning more programming, myself and a foreign language all at the same time.
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