There are other non-print objects (for example, CD-ROMs) that conventions have given to their members, and also conventions have to a greater or lesser extent attempted to accommodate members with disabilities; however, as these subjects are not addressed by the current WSFS Constitution, this amendment also does not address them.
Again, let me emphasize that the lack of language about the subject of technological standards or accommodation of disabilities has nothing to do with any feelings the motion's sponsors might have about the matter. It is solely to keep the scope of the motion from creeping away from the primary matter at hand, which is to take the current state of affairs and invert the default from paper-publications "on" to "off."
Other members who feel that any change of this sort must also address their concerns are, naturally, welcome to introduce amendments that do so. The Preliminary Business Meeting is the best place for doing so in my opinion. One the final version of the motion is stated by the Chair of the Business Meeting, it doesn't belong to Lisa (or any of the other co-sponsors) anymore; it belongs to the meeting, which can choose to amend it or dispose of it as they see fit. We're just not interested in modifying our proposal on our own initiative. Unlike certain other persons on the SMOFS list, I actually know this and don't consider the introduction of amendments — even openly hostile ones — to be "shenanigans" at the Business Meeting. Complaining about someone introducing amendments to your proposals is like a baseball team complaining that the other side is stealing bases or bunting; it's part of the game, and if you don't like it, you shouldn't be playing.