We all know the vision: All the knowledge. Every single human being.
To achieve this, we need to support users across geographies and languages, but also people with different physical abilities.
The iOS team, along with others at the foundation, are taking the next week to focus on how we can make our app, and projects, easier for people with visual impairments. We're working with an expert blind developer named Austin Seraphin to make sure we get it right, but we also need your help!
Some highlights of special events you can participate in over the next week:
- If you are in the Philadelphia area this Saturday join engineers from the WMF iOS team for an in person hack-a-thon to make the app more accessible 
- Tune in one week from today, or join us in SF, for a brownbag about progress and challenges of making OOjs UI and the iOS Wikipedia app accessible 
- Contribute code, testing or comments for our accessibility tasks for iOS, or across the projects
If you're not able to join us this week, Corey from the iOS team has also proposed a related session for the Tech Summit. Check it his proposal here 
 Event is at 1:15 PST in the 5th floor common space, and will be broadcast and archived on YouTube. Streaming link will be posted on the wiki shortly. For staff, this event is on the Staff and Learning and Fun calendars.
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