Re: Debian accessibility news
Is there a way to upgrade to stretch without having to totally reinstall my entire system? I'm working with Jessie now using the mate desktop
environment. It isn't the testing release. If a total system install is required, I'll probably just stick with what I've got, especially since I've
got my hardware synths working on it.
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On Sat, 29 Jul 2017, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> Just a few news items:
> - I should have pointed it out earlier: with Debian Stretch being
> released, accessibility is now enabled by default. This means that
> notably, on a Debian system running the gnome desktop, you just
> need to press super-alt-s. There is no need to click some "enable
> accessibility" checkbox and re-login any more. This will also better
> expose the accessibility stack to developers, so they can themselves
> notice issues with it.
> - The a11y bug tracker tag was added, which we can now use to track down
> the accessibility issues.
> - The accessibility::* debtags were added. One can now contribute them
> on debtags.debian.org. This will allow to do apt-cache searches with
> filtering packages which have explicitly been marked as being
> - Just as a reminder, packages upload & bugs will stop being sent to
> this list, but instead to email@example.com ,
> which you can subscribe to from