So, a blind person bought a Pinephone, wanting to put Mobian on it. Since Debian has given such good accessibility features on desktop, it should give just as much accessibility on mobile. Debian on mobile should have blind users' backs. Right?
Wrong. This is just what I've been saying for the past year or so. And now, for this person who has spent their hard-earned money on a Pinephone, it's too late. Now all they have is an expensive paperweight. There is an issue created for this, though.
@devinprater All respect to this, but mobian devs, posh devs, gnome devs, and so on and so forth are doing their best in order to deliver a product that is not ready to replace an android device yet, they don't have the resources that android devs have, they're not backed by google.
So if you want to improve this situation, donate if you have money and send the message. Probably a crowdfunding campaign would help.
Being the only person who care about an issue is hard. But only solution to that is actively seek people who also care about the same issue and build an organization. I do understand the frustration as many times I'm the only person who want to do something, yes, it may not be something as basic as accessibility support, but there are other things which are also important like privacy.
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