[Accessibility] Re: [Fwd: Desktop Developers' Conference: Call For Papers]

George Kraft gk4 at austin.ibm.com
Tue Apr 4 12:31:31 PDT 2006


I'll volunteer to item #1 for accessible gtk+ applications; however, I
would like help from folks to review my presentation.

Thanks,

George (gk4)

On Fri, 2006-03-31 at 14:49 -0500, Peter Parente wrote:
> 
> I can do the third one if you have no other volunteers. I could
> probably do the first one too if I took a bit of time to review atk,
> but I bet you can find someone more qualified. 
> 
> Pete 
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> Peter Parente
> IBM Linux Accessibility Project
> pparent at us.ibm.com
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> George Kraft <gk4 at austin.ibm.com> 
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> [Fwd: Desktop
> Developers'
> Conference: Call
> For Papers]
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> I would like to propose that three people volunteer to give
> presentations on:
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> 1) Making GTK+ applications accessible (using libatk)
> 2) Making Qt applications accessible
> 3) ATs on Linux (GOK, Dasher, Gnopernicus, Orca, LSR)
> 
> George (gk4)
> 
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> From: info at desktopcon.org
> To: gk4 at austin.ibm.com
> Subject: Desktop Developers' Conference: Call For Papers
> Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 11:50:51 -0600 (CST)
> We are pleased to announce the Call For Papers for the 2006 Desktop
> Developers' Conference (DDC).
> 
> The conference will take place on July 17th & 18th, 2006 at the Ottawa
> Congress Centre, in Ottawa, Canada and is targetted at those
> developers
> who are contributing to the development of desktop distributions,
> application and ISV development, application integration, and
> operating
> system infrastructure intended to improve the desktop user experience.
> 
> You can submit a proposal, and/or register as an attendee at
> https://www.desktopcon.org/2006/login.php.  Submissions will be
> accepted
> until Saturday, April 15th, 2006.  Details about the CFP and
> information
> on submission requirements are available online at
> http://www.desktopcon.org/2006/cfp.php.
> 
> The agenda for this year will not only include informative
> presentations,
> but the last day will involve some informal round table discussions
> amongst the attendees to discuss topics that are imperative to the
> continued progress of the Linux desktop.  The list of topics will be
> determined by the review committee,
> 
> Waldo Bastian, Intel
> John Cherry, OSDL
> Tom Hanrahan, OSDL
> Andrew Hutton, Steamballoon
> Bart Massey, Portland State University
> Keith Packard, Intel
> Ian Romanick, IBM
> Craig Ross, Linux Symposium
> Jeff Waugh, Ubuntu
> Jeremy White, Codeweavers
> 
> and will be based on the proposals received as well as feedback from
> members of the desktop developer community.  We feel it is important
> for
> DDC to not only be informative and educational, but also a forum for
> desktop developers to voice their concerns and suggestions.
> 
> We strongly urge you to submit proposals and to contact us with any
> suggestions that you may have to make the event more successful and
> appealing to the desktop developer community.
> 
> We look forward to seeing you all in July!
> 
> ---
> Desktop Developers' Conference
> July 17th & 18th, 2006
> Ottawa, Canada
> 
> 
> 
> 
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George (gk4)




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