[Accessibility] Corrections and extentions to the 102 document

Gunnar Schmi Dt gunnar at schmi-dt.de
Wed Jul 30 02:33:21 PDT 2003


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Hello,

I've found some points in the 102 document that I think need to be changed:

part a):
The third bullet in the first list says:
> provide text to speech voice output for individuals who cannot speak.
>  Lack of the appropriate speech recognition based interfacing can
>  prevent the individual's full participation.

IMO there is a gap between the first and the second sentence. Maybe we could 
change the first sentence to:

provide text to speech voice output for individuals who cannot speak and 
speech recognition for individuals who cannot hear.

part c):
Perhaps we can add the Qt Accessibility API to the list of currently existing 
APIs.

part d):
Clearly also Qt and KDE would benefit from a standard (in the same way as 
GNOME, which is in the list). Therefore I suggest to add them both to the 
list. (Qt has both commercial and open source (GPL) licenses, KDE is licensed 
under (L)GPL.)

Gunnar Schmi Dt
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Co-maintainer of the KDE Accessibility Project
Maintainer of the kdeaccessibility package
http://accessibility.kde.org/
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