[Accessibility] Gnome accessibility guides - questions

Pete Brunet brunet at us.ibm.com
Wed Jun 15 05:44:31 PDT 2005


When looking for a standard on developing accessble Gnome apps (for 
developers creating applications) I found the following guides.

- Gnome 2.8 Desktop Accessibility Guide at 
http://gnome.org/learn/access-guide/2.8/
- How to Develop Accessible Linux Applications at 
http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Accessibility-Dev-HOWTO/index.html
- Gnome Accessibility for Developers at 
http://developer.gnome.org/projects/gap/guide/gad/index.html

Some questions...

- Are there more?
- Should they be collapsed into one?
- Is there a 2.10 equivalent of the first one?  Or should it be titled 
2.x?
- Is an official standards effort in progress?

Thanks, Pete

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Pete Brunet, (512) 838-4594, TL 678-4594, brunet at us.ibm.com, ws4g
IBM Accessibility Architecture and Development
11501 Burnet Road, MS 9022E004, Austin, TX  78758
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