blind-accessible Linux on cell phones
Linux for blind general discussion
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Thu Jul 16 18:54:45 UTC 2020
If the quality of speech synthesis is clear, understandable, and user
definable , i. e. not what is default on most every Linux distribution
about which I have asked, I might buy one tomorrow.
I am unsure I still have the posts, but someone on the Debian list wrote
about Linux mobile phones a while back. best path to profitability
speaking personally is creating a product that provides inclusion on many
levels, after all there is no such thing as a uniform blind product,
since the experience of blindness has so many individualized aspects.
On Thu, 16 Jul 2020, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Various versions of Linux are being ported to cell phones. Although most of these projects hope to support a variety of phones in time, the PinePhone tends to be the initial target for many of them, as detailed here:
> PinePhone Software Releases
> I'm particularly interested in:
> - Manjaro (based on Arch Linux)
> - Mobian (based on Debian)
> - postmarketOS (based on Alpine Linux)
> Is anyone else interested in the possibility of putting together a blind-accessible cell phone OS, based on one or more of these? Of course, I'd love to hear about any existing work in this area!
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