Blind vs. mainstream distros
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Apr 30 22:10:16 UTC 2017
Our focus is usually on keeping things very low-cost, in order to get
great technology into the hands of the blind in developing countries.
Since Braille displays are so expensive, we have not done |Braille in
But we could change this if we could get contributors who care about
Braille display accessibility who could help us with that aspect of the
Any chance you could help us with Braille?
if you are interested, you can join our email list with this address:
F123e+subscribe at groups.io
On 04/30/2017 07:31 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Lars Bjørndal here
>> Agreed. We plan to address that by giving people the ability to open an
>> instance of X with a GUI browser.
> With braille support?
>> On 04/29/2017 11:55 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>>> 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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