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

Hi, another great place to show off products like Gnome 2.0 and 
Gnopernicus is closing the Gap.
That is where Rehab agencies, companies, and individuals go every year to 
see what is new in the US adaptive industry.

On 12 Sep 2002, Glynn Foster wrote:

> > 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).
> In fact there's an accessibility conference being held in Dublin right
> around the time of GUADEC. Bill did you find out anymore about this?
> 			See ya,
> 				Glynn :)
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