Re: Extending accessibility support in D-I for Lenny
>>>>> "ML" == Mario Lang <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
ML> The braille users, and the speech users. There is very very
ML> little overlap, which is sad, since the typical user of
ML> accessibility on a Windows machine around here in Europe always
ML> uses both at once, a braille display, and speech feedback. This
ML> sort of unification of the two modes of working is completely
ML> lacking in linux console mode, it only recently came into
ML> existance with applications like gnopernicus and orca, while
ML> those have limitations of their own given the architecture they
ML> are based on.
It's probably not useful from the point of view of the Debian installer,
but speechd-el supports both speech and braille output too.