Blind vs. mainstream distros
Linux for blind general discussion
blinux-list at redhat.com
Sat Apr 29 14:55:21 UTC 2017
The biggest problem that I see, with Emacspeak alone, is web access. For
now, as far as I know, that is no way to, say, browse Facebook
within Emacs. Try it. Besides that, Emacs is fine for me, as a
non-programmer with time to learn interfaces.
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Email: r.d.t.prater at gmail.com
Long days and pleasant nights!
Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> writes:
> Well, I am going to try to do just that. Although the focus will not
> be very small children, I am hoping to help teenagers and older,
> together with giving them access to a Raspberry Pi computer, get into
> the world of Linux.
> Once I get started with the content side of things, I will be sure to
> let this list know. For now, the only content we have is this
> document here:
> Lots of work remains to be done, but I will be very thankful for any
> help, from those that feel that our objectives are compatible with
> their world view.
> On 04/29/2017 10:04 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Yes, it will be hard. Documentation for Linux is pretty sparse, finding
>> stuff on accessibility is even harder. But, if it falls on my
>> shoulders, I will try.
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