Blind vs. mainstream distros
Linux for blind general discussion
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Sun Apr 30 18:22:33 UTC 2017
I have a Braille display, so I could test.
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Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> writes:
> Hi Lars,
> 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
> the past.
> 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 project.
> 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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