This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 132
Sorry, I couldn’t get an episode out yesterday, my brother-in-law from England was visiting. But today is a new day, and we have lots of news to cover.
Tenon is an accessibility firm and it will be doing a Gutenberg accessibility audit. For more on this, I recommend reading WPTavern’s post that discusses it. I have to admit that paying over $30,000 for the audit of an open source project seems pretty hefty to me. Couldn’t the community self-organize an audit using the talents, skills and connections within the community? Also, checking accessibility on today’s Gutenberg is far different from the version that really sparked this issue. A lot of progress has been made and more probably will be made before the audit begins. It seems a bit like a waste to me.
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