Re: Gnome3 and Vinux: Interaction is needed

The last post is by a blind person.
The visually impaired use sound and touch. Speech recognition, screen reader, braille keyboards.
The developer of emacspeak is blind. How about asking him if the distro is easy to get around. I doubt he'll say yes.
On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 12:07 AM, Luke Yelavich <themuso themuso com> wrote:
On 28/04/11 11:48, Super Bisquit wrote:
The testing CD is not easily accessible for the blind.
If any developer is using debian and has live build installed. Please
create a CD with hooks for starting orca and other gnome3
accessibility options at start. Unlike myself, the people doing the
testing can't see.
Why not just interact with the vinux group? They are trying to test
out the CDs but are having some troubles.

Have you tried the accessibility testing distro?
Yes. That is why I made the suggestion.

Since Vinux is Ubuntu based,
Vinux is a set of scripts. 
it is not likely to have all GNOME 3 components
Blind people care less about a desktop and more about using the computer. 
, so I suggest you try the above linked image and go from there.

That thread segues but you see that the distribution isn't "ubuntu" based.

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