Vincent Cheng <email@example.com> (18/03/2013): > Slightly off-topic, but since you bring up GNOME 3 as a specific > example of how Debian has regressed in terms of accessibility...how > exactly has GNOME regressed? It still has AFAIK the same set of > accessibility features  as it did previously with GNOME 2, and it > is easily accessibly via an icon on the top bar of the shell (you > can't even get rid of it without an extension), and the > gnome-accessibility package is pulled in by a number of other gnome > meta-packages in Debian. Admittedly I myself don't use any of those > features, but I'm curious to know why you consider GNOME 3 not as > accessible as GNOME 2 was (i.e. are they any specific features dropped > in GNOME 3)? For starters, GDM is not accessible: http://bugs.debian.org/694937 Mraw, KiBi.
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