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    ughlycoyote commented  · 

    Honestly, as a profoundly disabled creator, I disagree with the partner program being set to an able-bodied standard; it's set to an egregious standard that demands streamers to treat their channel like a full-time job and is a risky bet at best for anyone trying to make the jump from affiliate to partner. Most people are never gonna make it to partner regardless of whether their physical or psychiatric capacity is impaired by disability.

    Realistically, there should be in-between tiers that gradually encourage channel growth and provide resources for creators to nuture their communities. I know that if I had a closer milestone than partner that I'd personally feel more secure in experimenting with analytics to find what works for me physically and what works for my community.

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    ughlycoyote commented  · 

    These tags should honestly be auto-applied the same way as the descriptive tags for the games themselves (e.g., how Path of Exile is categorized as indie) and users should have the ability to block these tags to prevent these streams from showing up on their radar altogether to avoid incidents. Leaving it up to streamers to add these tags is dicey at best, as not everyone is aware of accessibility needs (and not everyone who is aware is considerate enough to accommodate them).

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    ughlycoyote commented  · 

    Absolutely; I've been trying to brainstorm ways to compensate for the lack of accessibility on my channel page. My image panels are text only, but I know a lot of people who use creative images to replace their text altogether. Alt-text is essential to guarantee that blind/visually impaired users can still participate.

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