Re: Accessibility documentation

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On Tue, Jul 20, 2021 09:28:53 -0500, Devin Prater wrote:
> Hello all,

Hi Devin,

> I'm Devin, a pretty new Fedora user, but have been using Linux off and on for a
> few years now. I'm also blind, using the Orca screen reader for a lot of web
> and email stuff, along with Emacs and Emacspeak for most writing tasks.
> I'd like to help with documentation and anything else really, as Fedora has a
> lot of documentation on Emacs with Emacspeak. While that's great, it's far
> easier for beginners to use Orca with Fedora's Mate spin, and use Firefox and
> other GTK and a few QT programs, than it is to start out with Emacs and Gnus
> and such.

I haven't found any centralised documentation on accessibility in Fedora
yet (probably because all the desktop environments are sort of supposed
to have their own documentation upstream?).  I see that the
accessibility guide used to be part of the docs before, but hasn't been
there in recent releases:

I did find a wiki page that has some information, but it's quite out of date:

Would you like to write up some documentation pages on Orca and
Emacspeak, perhaps for the quick-docs to begin with?

The sources are here:

We follow the pull request model for new contributions, and there are
lots of folks around to help with writing and reviewing tasks.

Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD" (He / Him / His) |
Time zone: Europe/London

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