[Accessibility] why not a magazine on linux free???
janina at a11y.org
Mon Feb 16 10:29:27 PST 2009
Dear Mohan Gupta:
I wonder whether you've confused how we in Open A11y use the term
"accessibility?" I say this because I'm aware there's an older use of
this term that would be more like what you're concerned with.
For us, "accessibility" is the technological provisions that enable
persons with disabilities to use computing machinery and applications.
This is explained in a bit more detail in our Mission Statement on our
home page, http://a11y.org.
Janina Sajka, Chair
Open A11y Work Group
Mohan gupta writes:
> Hello everyone,
> I am a computer science UG student at NIT Jalandhar,INDIA. Well i just
> needed your help to spread Linux and open source here in India.
> I was thinking if Linux is free then why a magazine which talks about Linux
> costs about $2.5. How here in India or other such countries where about 20%
> of the population lives on less than $1 a day can afford that.
> How about a magazine which has contents from the creators of linux itself
> and which is free ( say a few pennies just to prevent the wastage say $0.10
> What i was planing is to have a non-profit magazine which will initially be
> launched with few pages (say 30) and in colleges first, it will have
> articles written by the open source community (specially Linux), which can
> support itself by advertisements .
> How do you feel about the idea please let me know and then i can share the
> detailed plans.
> hope to hear from you soon!
> Mohan Gupta
> NIT Jalandhar
> Punjab, India.
> mohangupta13 at gmail.com
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