Re: [g-a-devel]Re: "Helen Keller Achievement Award" credits GNOME Accessibility

On Thu, 2002-09-12 at 12:07, Bill Haneman wrote:
> On Thu, 2002-09-12 at 04:08, John Fleck wrote:
> > Bill -
> > Congratulations to you and all the other folks who worked so hard on
> > this. I know there is a very practical economic argument in favor of
> > this work, because of government contracts, but more importantly I feel
> > really proud because it's the Right Thing To Do.
> > Cheers,
> > John
> Thanks a million John:
> You are absolutely right about this being "the Right Thing To Do", and
> one goal that I believe I share with most folks in this effort is to
> make sure that our accessibility support is more than a completed
> checkbox on a form somewhere.  To make that happen requires more than
> economic arguments, it requires the kind of committment, dedication, and
> just-plain-faith that I believe many of our overworked contributors have
> demonstrated.
btw, I've just been told 2003 is the international year of
accessibility, so maybe there's room there for GNOME accessibility to
get more known (along with gnome and free software).


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