I see the low volume as a possible advantage. This list has a very
good signal-to-noise ratio. I have found it useful to be able ask
questions on a forum where "accessibility" is the prime focus.
I am not a developer nor a programmer. But I've have been asked to
assist an acquaintance who was legally blind due to macular(sp?)
degeneration and manual dexterity problems related to damage from
diabetes. This list was very useful.
I've not been active lately as one has moved away and the other died
several years ago. I may be doing more as the local independent
living organization is reorganizing/revitalizing their volunteer
program. I'm in RURAL SW Missouri, there has been little emphasis
here on technological aids. The local need has been seen as physical
access (ramps, grab bars etc) and social services.