Re: Meeting Minutes Published - November 11, 2010

On Wed, 2010-12-08 at 22:58 +0100, Dave Neary wrote:
> Hi,
> Joanmarie Diggs wrote:
> > Aha, well, yes. For starters:
> > 
> > * Speech recognition would be useful for at least some people with print
> >   learning disabilities as well as for certain people with physical 
> >   disabilities.
> > 
> > * Caribou, especially were its functionality further expanded, would be 
> >   useful for people with physical disabilities.
> > 
> > Could we begin there? And if so, who is "we" and how do we "begin"? :-)
> OK - Caribou is the gok replacement, right?
> I guess "we" is us - the GNOME Foundation. I'm sure the board will help,
> I'll help, I'm certain the a11y team will help... we'll figure this out.
> I guess "begin" begins with "build a list of organisations we could
> contact for grants" - organisations should include non-profits,
> foundations, universities, and government agencies. We could use a wiki
> page for that, or Etherpad, or Google Docs, perhaps SugarCRM? Open to
> discussion.
> Then, for each one, we try to get a good entry point.
> Then, "we" contact them, with a general & informal first approach - "do
> you know GNOME? We're pretty cool. We do cool a11y stuff." and if they
> have heard of us, and are maybe using us a little, we can then pitch the
> roadmap for grants.

Is there already any page with a list organizations ?
We can work it out in a dossier about what is GNOME and about a11y GNOME


  -- Juanjo Marin

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