I seem to be spending a lot of time in German-speaking countries these days. That’s good. It means I get to practice my rusty German.
In a few weeks from now, I’ll be in Berlin for a DOM Scripting workshop. A few weeks ago, I was in Austria to meet some clients—I had to bite my tongue not to answer every greeting of
Grüß Gott! with a response of
Tomorrow, I’m off to Franfurt for the European Accessibility Forum which takes place on Friday.
I’ll be moderating a panel on accessible web applications. I’ve made no secret of how much I enjoy moderating panels. I’m hoping that this one will be fun and informative. Alas, I don’t think my German language skills are up to the task of conducting the questioning auf Deutsch.
If you’re going to be at the conference and you’ve got a question you’d like to put to my distinguished panelists, let me know on Twitter. If the connectivity at the conference allows, I’ll keep a browser tab with Twitter open during the panel too. I’ll keep an eye on everything with the string “eafra”, so—much as I hate hashtags—I guess posting a remark with
#eafra will be the best way to speak your mind.