There is a strange bug in Planet Debian I am seeing since I joined. It is rather minor, but since it is an accessibility bug, I'd like to mention it here. I have written to the Planet Debian maintainers, and was told to figure it out myself. This is a pattern, accessibility is considered wishlist, apparently. And the affected people are supposed to fix it on their own. It is better if I don't say anything more about that attitude.
On Planet Debian, only some people have an alt tag for their hackergotchi, while all the configured entries look similar. There is no obvious difference in the configuration, but still, only some users here have a proper alt tag for their hackergotchi. Here is a list:
- Dirk Eddelbuettel
- Steve Kemp
- Wouter Verhelst
- Mehdi (email@example.com)
- Andrew Pollock
- DebConf Organizers
- Francois Marier
- The MirOS Project (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Paul Tagliamonte
- Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer (email@example.com)
- Joey Hess
- Chris Lamb
- Mirco Bauer
- Christine Spang
- Guido Günther
These people/organisations currently displayed on Planet Debian have a proper alt tag for their hackergotchi. All the other members have none.
In Lynx, it looks like the following:
And for those where it works, it looks like:
hackergotchi for Dirk Eddelbuettel
Strange, isn't it? If you have any idea why this might be happening, let me know, or even better, tell Planet Debian maintainers how to fix it.
P.S.: Package planet-venus says it is a rewrite of Planet, and Planet can be found in Debian as well. I don't see it in unstable, maybe I am blind? Or has it been removed recently? If so, the package description of planet-venus is wrong.