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Re: Bug#579167: tasksel: is it really necessary to install gnome-accessibility on each and every system?

Quoting Samuel Thibault (sthibault@debian.org):

> > Please reconsider if gnome-accessibility does have to get installed by
> > default.
> This has been considered already, please bring new arguments, else the
> decision has no reason to change.

Samuel gave a few technical arguments, I'd like to bring a
non-technical one:

Just like any public building, or subway station, or mostly any other
kind of newly built thing has, often by law, to be built as
"accessible" as the current techniques allow, in many places of the
world, a computer environment has to be shipped as accessible as
technically possible, by default. As there is no law to enforce this
on Debian, we must enforce this ourselves.


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