Auf twitter gab es folgende Konversation über das !B und den alternativText.
(￼ twitterconversation about the alt-tag and the !B)￼
„I recently learned:
As the existence of alt-text is not visible to non-visual-impaired (not using respective apps or settings) to include a !B tag in the regular tweet to raise awareness
It might be a German thing so (@MeinAugenlicht do you know more?“
unsere Antwort darauf:
yes, that’s absolutely right. The „!B“ is placed as tag für seeing people, who can see the alt-text only with corresponding programs.
we, the BBS-team, have created this initiative with the „!B“-tag. yes, at one hand it’s to focus consciousness. more important is: it makes it possible for ’seeing people‘ to retweet barrier-free.
there are very conscious people who don’t ! retweet tweets without picture description in the alt-text.
some others make an afterwards-picturedescription, answering a certain tweet, and retweet itself then. that preserves the barrier-free status and makes participation possible for all members.