I started to add the accessibility tag to a question about image scaling, but was taken aback by the tag wiki excerpt:
Making technical writing easy to understand for non-technical readers.
The wiki goes on to say:
Making technical writing easy to understand for non-technical readers. How to simplify or streamline complex concepts or jargon terminology so that someone without a heavy background in the subject can understand what's being written.
While that's a useful concept, in my experience "accessibility" means something very different: it's about making content available to people with a variety of needs. Accessibility in my world means font sizes, contrast, alt text for images (for screenreaders), navigable layout (that can work with keyboard shortcuts), language no more complex than it needs to be, and so on. Beyond the world of writing, "accessibility" means ramps, sign-language interpreters, baby changing stations, ergonomic furniture/equipment, and so on.
There are only six questions on this tag right now. Based on the titles, three of them align with the wiki description and three align with what I understand "accessibility" to mean. The questions are:
How should we resolve this?