Re: [g-a-devel] GNOME Launches Campaign for Accessibility

On Sun, Dec 25, 2011 at 6:11 AM, Bill Cox <waywardgeek gmail com> wrote:
> Since you bring it up, let's talk about it.  There has not been a
> single accessibility bug reported by the community that was closed by
> the GTK+ team in two years.  The calender doesn't talk, and neither do
> most images, regardless of the dedication of the original programmer.
> I submit but reports with patches to GTK+, and I am among many who are
> ignored.  Shall we get into specific bug reports still outstanding?
> Shall we compare them to outstanding projects like Orca?

Just searching the bugtracker for your email address, I see two bugs
with patches you've submitted.

I recognise changing software is a frustrating process, but I don't
think these substantiate your allegations that there are Gnome
developers trying to frustrate accessibility efforts, or that you were

Others can judge for themselves, though.

Benjamin Hawkes-Lewis

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