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

Christian Hofstaedtler ch at grml.org
Wed Nov 2 17:02:30 CET 2011

* John G. Heim <jheim at math.wisc.edu> [111102 16:53]:
> From: "Michael Prokop" <mika at grml.org>
> >Since we don't want to get known for half baken solutions we'll be
> >dropping the accessibility features from Grml starting with the
> >upcoming stable release.
> I'm unclear as to what that means. I use grml all the time as a
> rescue disk but I always start the speech synth myself. Sometimes I
> use my hardware speech synthesizer and sometimes I use software
> speech. The speakup kernel modules and espeak have to be on the CD
> for that to work. You're not thinking of leaving that stuff off the
> CD, are you?

speakup kernel modules and espeakup have already been removed in the
daily builds; they will not make it into the next release.


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