Re: New module proposal: LightDM
- From: Fernando Herrera <fherrera onirica com>
- To: Robert Ancell <robert ancell gmail com>
- Cc: desktop-devel-list <desktop-devel-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: New module proposal: LightDM
- Date: Tue, 17 May 2011 11:37:45 +0200
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 7:01 AM, Robert Ancell <robert ancell gmail com> wrote:
>> So, how? I mean, currently I don't see anycode on lighDM for this. Are
>> you going to solve that at the distro level using some kind of script
>> that would start the greeter and then the required AT?
> This logic would need to be in the greeter - the LightDM daemon does
> not have any requirement to have a11y support that I can tell of. The
> current example greeters have the a11y support their toolkits have
> (not tested yet).
Well, I think that LightDM requirements are not the point here (and
the reality is that LightDM current implementation/code is not
accessible). The point are the requirements that any application to be
included in GNOME:
Accessibility: Accessibility is a core value of GNOME. The app is
compliant with a11y documentation to as great an extent as possible,
and the maintainers have made good faith efforts to fix all a11y bugs
filed in a timely manner by the a11y team. Please take the time to do
a 15 minute accessibility smoke test on your GUI if your module
includes a GUI.
I know that we broke this rule for GNOME 3 with gnome-shell, but that
was a very special situation and the plan is to fix it for GNOME 3.2.
Also please remember that the login manager is a very special
application that enables the user to start using the computer and if
it is not accessible, the whole desktop won't be.
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