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Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Wed May 3 12:34:12 UTC 2017

There are plenty of people that need to live on both free and 
proprietary worlds simultaneously.


On 05/03/2017 08:09 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Tony Baechler here.
> I have no opinion on the NVDA list being included. I was only asking 
> if it really belonged. That said, I think there is a Mozilla 
> accessibility list. Should it not be included since Firefox runs on 
> Windows? If there is a BSD accessibility list, should it be included 
> even though BSD isn't currently accessible? On the other hand, if we 
> include all accessibility lists for all operating systems and 
> platforms, while a great central resource, I think it would be too 
> hard to maintain and would be too unwieldy. As Kyle says, Windows 
> users don't really care about Linux lists. Then again, the ultimate 
> goal is Linux world domination, so the more Linux resources and the 
> easier they are to find, the better.
> On 5/2/2017 10:23 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> Looking further at this article, NVDA isn't relevant at all, especially
>> taking into account the fact that all the other lists mentioned are
>> GNU/Linux or Unix related. If NVDA is to be included, then we must also
>> include Eyes-Free for Android users, AppleVis for iOS users, any 
>> Voiceover
>> lists available, The Chromebook accessibility list, etc. Since 
>> everything
>> listed here is for GNU/Linux screen readers and toolkits, then NVDA not
>> being a Linux/Unix screen reader at all makes its list irrelevant here.
>> ~Kyle
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