[Grml] How are blind grml users handling currentweb technologies?

Christian Hofstaedtler ch at grml.org
Wed Nov 2 19:22:13 CET 2011

* John G. Heim <jheim at math.wisc.edu> [111102 17:24]:
> From: "Christian Hofstaedtler" <ch at grml.org>
> To: <grml at ml.grml.org>
> >speakup kernel modules and espeakup have already been removed in
> >the daily builds; they will not make
> >it into the next release.
> Okay, now I'm unclear as to why this is. The original post said the
> grml developers don't want to do anything half baked. But including
> speakup & espeak isn't doing it half baked. That's just mainstream.
> You don't need to do anything fancy anymore to provide
> accessibility.

Can you (or someone else interested in this) draft a list of things
we would need to do/ship to actually have working accesibility support
(for you)?
This includes everything that might be there right now. I myself
have never seen such a setup, so please be explicit.

We'd also need someone testing this stuff regularly, especially
before a release goes out. If we were to (accidentally) break
accessibility, I assume it's not really useful to actually have the
software on the ISO at all; so not having QA here is not really an

If somebody steps up to do the work and/or the list, we might


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