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Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2021 17:44:49 +0000
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I've spent some time today thinking about how I can best contribute to
accessible mathematics in 2022, besides continuing to run the TeX Hour. My
conclusion is this: Contribute to an online accessible LaTeX math checker.

This is a personal conclusion based on my skills, interests, goals and
social status (I'm retired). At tomorrow's TeX Hour I'll explain what I
have in mind, and the thinking that got me there.

Thu 11 Nov: 6:30 to 7:30pm UK(=GMT) time. UK time now:
Title: Idea - an online accessible LaTeX math checker

Here's a teaser. The earlier and better the feedback the author gets
regarding accessibility, the more motivation and encouragement they have to
improve the situation. To test my conclusion I did a web search:

Here's some of the results I got:

Here's some other links I found:

I've a backlog of past TeX Hours to put up on YouTube. It will be cleared

Happy TeXing