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Re: Creating An Accessibility Specification for Lubuntu 11.10
It does use Ubiquity by default, but we are looking at an alternative
installer cd as well. Might even promote it more then the "normal"
On Sun, May 29, 2011 at 22:57, Julien Lavergne <gilir@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Le Sunday 29 May 2011 à 20:03 +0100, Alan Bell a écrit :
> > not a roadmap as such, but I have started drafting a document on the
> > Ubuntu infrastructure for accessibility
> > http://pad.ubuntu.com/AccessibilityInfrastructure
> > This will get transferred to the wiki at some point when it is nearly
> > complete and the most glaring errors have been fixed.
> Thanks Alan for the help :)
> > I don't know much about Lubuntu, only that it is based on something
> > called LXDE as a window manager and is targeted at really old
> > computers.
> Let's say that LXDE is a GTK/GLib environnement, with very limited GNOME
> depends :)
> > Looking at lubuntu.net it seems to be based on GTK, so I imagine just
> > installing gnome-orca will pull in speech dispatcher at-spi2 and
> > espeak,
> > install onboard and you have an on-screen keyboard too.
> Thanks, it's a good start :) They doesn't seems to pull to much GNOME
> depends, so we could consider it. However, I'm more concerned about the
> changes needed on our programs, to make them accessible.
> > Does it use
> > ubiquity for the installer?
> Julien Lavergne
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