Screen reader research project.
Linux for blind general discussion
blinux-list at redhat.com
Wed Oct 11 17:35:42 UTC 2017
I just took the survey. I had some trouble with it, but I think I got
the right items in the right fields. I then did follow the Contact link
and write a message urging the inclusion of Linux and Orca in future
surveys. (I also noted that I didn't see Voiceover mentioned, either,
and I know a fair number of blind folks who use it for most if not all
of what they do on the computer.) Although I have no reason to think
I've made the relevant points as well as others who've gone ahead of me,
I hope that mine can at least be one more vote for greater inclusion.
I'll see if anybody writes back.
On 10/10/2017 09:16 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I am trying again in case my first post was considered to be spam...the
> word survey in the subject line.
> Please take this annual screen reader survey.
> In fact if you are involved in development of Linux screen reader
> efforts, take the survey, please, and contact the researchers.
> There is not a single reference to Linux in the entire thing.
> Additionally, while other appears as a choice, there is no text field
> to provide your alternative in context.
> We discussed how well known Linux access is in general before. because
> this particular survey is well respected and widely distributed, this
> is a fine place to begin making sure more than windows and the mac
> define accessibility.
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