The suggestion that it takes anyone but the WMF to provide free access is a fallacy. Wikipedia Zero is free for any ISP who cares to provide it.
Once people with dyslexia start to adopt this font, chances are that they can actually read/use Wikipedia. A lot of people are dyslexic; to quote the en.wp article on the subject: "It is believed the prevalence of dyslexia is around 5-10 percent of a given population although there have been no studies to indicate an accurate percentage".
The one thing left to do; let people know that Wikipedia has improved usability for people with dyslexia. Please tell it to the teachers, the parents and most importantly to all the people you know who are dyslexic.
NB it is also available for many other languages on many other Wikis.
The original story at Ars Technica is called "Black ops: how HBGary wrote backdoors for the government". The person who submitted the story is not colour blind...
How do you subtitle ogg material. Without it, it does not have the relevance it could have. Thanks, GerardM
The Wikimedia Foundation does not allow MP3. When one of the biggest websites does not use MP3 but ogg, it makes a serious difference.
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