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Bug#304729: doesn't document access floppies

Quoting Joey Hess (joeyh@debian.org):
> Package: debian-installer-manual
> Version: 20050317
> Severity: normal
> There is one mention of the speakup kernel flavour in the manual, but no
> details and really no documentation of the accesCc: Debian Bug Tracking System <submit@bugs.debian.org>
s floppy images at all.

I'm afraid the access floppies haven't be widely tested, so do we
really support them ?

I don't remember the name of the person who was involved in them last
year and who tried to test them, but he seems to have vanished,

Maybe calling for testers in -devel or -users?

IIRC, they are designed for blind people or people with a bad vision
(sorry, I'm not aware of the politically correct term here) and use a
special kernel with "speakup" features. Do I miss some other feature ?

We should maybe try with the Debian accessibility list (I think there
is one but am not online ATM)?

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