Really? Tell me more.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative has funded efforts to make the Jupyter ecosystem,
starting with JupyterLab, more accessible (As was announced in a prior Jupyter blog post about grants in the ecosystem).
You can read the full grant proposal for Jupyter accessibility,
the proposal summary,
or a GitHub Project list of the grant’s milestones
to get a sense of the grant’s scope.
As a part of these increased efforts, the team will be providing a
periodically updated list of what is currently being worked on and what is
coming soon. This document will help the community stay up-to-date and
contribute if interested.
Where can I find the roadmap?
If you can’t get enough of this news, you may want to visit the
grant management repository
where the roadmap is coordinated. It has additional resources like weekly team
updates and issues for later on than the roadmap currently covers.
How can I get involved with the project?
First of all, thank you for wanting to make Jupyter more accessible. This
project is public and open to the community, so contributions of all kinds
There are many ways to join in:
– Join our every-other-week JupyterLab accessibility meetings from the community calendar
– Browse Jupyter Discourse accessibility topics
– Find broader Jupyter accessibility information on the jupyter/accessibility repository
– If you are interested in working on JupyterLab, you can browse the issues on the JupyterLab accessibility GitHub project