The AppleVis website is maintained by a small team of editors who are dedicated to ensuring that the site is an informative and entertaining experience. It is perhaps best to think of our editors as curators of the community's contributions to this site. That said, we will do everything we can to maintain an editorial standard consistent with those of any professional publication. As with any web site that allows member contributions, there are occasionally people who misuse AppleVis; members of the AppleVis Editorial Team must respond accordingly. We are not here to play the role of big brother; rather, we merely want to make AppleVis the best site possible.
Here are just some of the routine tasks that the site editors undertake to improve the overall site experience.
- Provide information to the community on news and events that will be of particular interest and value to blind and low vision users of Apple products and related applications.
- Work with members of the community to ensure that content on the website is accurate, complete and up-to-date.
- Delete inappropriate content. Content that qualifies as inappropriate includes: spam, vulgar language, any sort of porn and just general nonsense that does nothing but confuse readers.
- Assist individuals with any problems or questions relating to their use of the AppleVis website.
- Carry out the many day-to-day tasks required in maintaining and developing a large and popular website.
All members of the AppleVis Editorial Team are volunteers and receive no financial recompense for their participation. None have any affiliation with Apple and are all blind or low vision users of Apple products themselves.