I have no problem with anyone using any of my material with attribution. And I have no problem with it being reformatted to be more screen reader friendly or medium friendly (e.g., webpages versus documents, which use different formatting conventions).
I don't really care if a "with NVDA" is tacked on, but I will say that I go to some pretty great lengths to be as screen reader agnostic as I can. As an example, I may say something like, "Navigate to the close button and activate it." How you, as an individual do that with the screen reader you're using is not something I attempt to explain, as these tutorials do not have screen reader skills as their focus. But if you wish to NVDA-ify some of it to be much more explicit, be my guest. You'll see that Timothy Wynn revised the section regarding how to set advanced preferences with a screen reader, and this screen-reader centric version was superior to my original, so in it went with attribution.
I only wish I were paid for the material I've generated over the years, but I never generated it with monetary compensation being the expected end. It's a sort of casting of my bread upon the water . . .
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042
The depths of denial one can be pushed to by outside forces of disapproval can make you not even recognize yourself to yourself.
~ Brian Vogel