Re: [orca-list] Using Linux distros done for blind

This mailing list is specifically for orca and generally orca operations on different distributions. It is not a forum. Forums are parts of web pages. Cocofrix for example has accessible cocofrix googlegroups com to support its users with accessibility needs. Debian has debian-accessibility lists debian org. Archlinux and antergos formerly sonar and manjaro have support sonargnulinux com as well as an irc channel. Redhat and fedora has blinux-list redhat com. So it's a matter of which distribution is in use where you put your questions, and whether or not anyone on that list has expertise using or working with what you're using as to whether you get a question answered and at what quality level.

On Tue, 26 Dec 2017, Paulina Gajoch wrote:

Date: Tue, 26 Dec 2017 13:11:47
From: Paulina Gajoch <paulinagajoch gmail com>
To: orca-list gnome org
Subject: [orca-list] Using Linux distros done for blind

Hello everybody,

Is good to use distributions done for blind? Ok, it is designed for blind, but getting an answers on our questions on forums of this distros may be most difficult.

So use or don't use?

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