the LGBT standard was refreshed to LGBTQ and most recently LGBTQIA, but you may see the following proprietary extensions in older equipment:
LGBT for Workgroups
ASUS® LGBTQ Boost™
μLGBTQ (embedded only)
LGBTQ Creative Cloud
On older hardware, I've also seen LGBT/2, LGBTlink (as well as LGBTlink 2), and Pop-LGBT as well.
@VyrCossont It should be noted that some cistems will attempt to pass "LGB" equipment as adhering to the standard. DO NOT BE FOOLED.
@enginqueer my mom predates BSD, she's more of the "in my day we had to toggle in our bootloaders from the front panel and that's the way we liked it" kind of girl. also "always number your punch cards, Vyr".
mind you she's been using Macs since the Lisa/Mac XL and is still salty about some of the UX changes since System 6
"LGBTQ Creative Cloud"
Yuck. Gender and sexual identity as a subscription service.
"Sorry, your subscription has lapsed, you will now be straight although you get your choice of male or female."
@kurtm they make a lot of noise about continued updates and new features but kissing girls just got slower and slower with every release
@lyliawisteria unless you're targeting hardware playback, you can just shove it in an LGBTQ-4 Part 14 container because it's already valid
@howaboutudance again LGBTQIA is the current standard and the LGBTQ 2.0 working group should never have existed in the first place. it was the XHTML 1.1 of gender
@VyrCossont distant howls of "this is GNU/LBTQ erasure" from a thousand semi-related comment sections
@VyrCossont pretty sure there’s also ROG (Republic of Gays) hardware built around some of the standards
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