BRLTTY integration with Gnopernicus [was Re: Festival server]
- From: Peter Korn <peter korn sun com>
- To: Dave Mielke <dave mielke cc>
- Cc: "Gnome Accessibility Project (mailing list)" <gnome-accessibility-list gnome org>
- Subject: BRLTTY integration with Gnopernicus [was Re: Festival server]
- Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 09:49:21 -0800
Welcome to the GNOME Accessibility community!
> I'm the maintainer of BRLTTY [http://mielke.cc/brltty/], and am
> interested in implementing a bridge between BRLTTY and Gnopernicus so
> that BRLTTY users would gain access to the X environment and also so that
> Gnopernicus would gain access to all of the displays which we support. Is
> this list the best forum within which to pursue this goal? If not, what
> might that "best forum" be? Thanks.
This is a good place. Another place is the GNOME Accessibility development
list: <gnome-accessibility-devel gnome org>. In the GNOME world, there are
typically two mailing lists for any given topic: the "-devel" mailing list
is for folks creating a given technology, and the "-list" mailing list is
for the folks using a given technology. Thus someone who is using the
"GTK+" library to write applications would be interested in the 'gtk-devel'
You'll probably want to connect with the developers/maintainers of
Gnopernicus at BAUM (who are on that mailing list), including: Draghi
Puterity <mp baum de> and Adi Drascal <ad baum ro>. Looking at the source
code (see /cvs/gnome/gnopernicus/braille/libbrl in cvs.gnome.org), Adi is
the author of virtually all of the Gnopernicus Braille support.
Sun Accessibility team
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