Re: Looking for speakers for the First Debian Meeting
On Mon, May 01, 2000 at 10:46:46PM -0700, Joseph Carter wrote:
> I could offer a talk on some of the challenges I've faced using Debian
> (and Linux in general) as a legally blind user. I also have a lot of
> experience with the problems other people with disabilities (particularly
> vision problems but other areas as well) experience when trying to
> interact with a platform which is downright hostile toward their needs at
> the moment.
Well, this might be interesting even in a more general way (more general
theme than Debian). There are a lot of issues associated with the use of
Free Software for an educational purpose (education : i.e. to share
knowledge ; so to share the ressources with people with disabilities).
I remember someone, on the debian-french list, asking for some help about
these problems. But we haven't known what to answer :(
Can you please subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org, by sending a message to
email@example.com with the subject : subscribe lsm. The list is reasonably
loaded, and you can discuss the issues about such a theme. We will see, after
some discussion, if this can be hold in the Debian area, or in a more
general way (I think so).
Thierry LARONDE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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