That won’t be very helpful, but I think you are doing great!
I read some of your posts and descriptions and haven’t found anything that I would consider a barrier or wouldn’t seem in any way inclusive to me.
I thought it was interesting how strongly you put on individuality, most project that I looked at emphasize collective aspect of the community that builds them. For example that everyone is free to apply for a grant to found their own work but as an organization you don’t facilitate or take a task of redistributing resources - in some way it’s very smart and liberating from so many issues down the road.
Not sure if this would be in scope of your project, probably not that much, somehow related though so I’ll share one wild idea that I have, might be worth some further user research: I strongly believe in code readability as an important characteristic of any code. Source code is a common communication protocol between people and computers and needs to be easily understandable and readable as much for compilers and computer processors as for human brains. Any piece of code is read many more time then it is written. There are for example metrics of cognitive code complexity which measure code structure. There are languages which are more and more expressive (for example assembler, C, C++, Java, Kotlin evolution). And I think it goes as deep and simple at the same time as a font being used to display a code.
One of the worst tasks that I was ever given was to analyze logs of a server running in production. Letters and lines all jumping around! In static text, it’s hard to follow from line to the new one without loosing the context not saying about all so similar monospaced letters moving down the screen. Even analyzing logs of a not-running app I’ve found to be an extremely overwhelming activity hard to do for any longer than a few minutes.
Common practice of using mono space fonts and character-fixed width of lines to display source code seems to me like a remaining of old times when there was nothing more then DOS and simple text terminals fitting exactly 80 chars. I know it’s something that devs have strong feelings about, black screen with monospaced text is part of geeks identity.
Never the less, in found it most comfortable to read code in the OpenDyslexic font, normal (not monospaced) with 1.5 space between lines. This is what I use in my IDE. Would be interesting to see if other devs with dyslexia found it easier to work with it too, and if so, maybe one day we will have a forge themed for dyslexics, with simple UI with little distractions and code displayed in more human friendly font.