On Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 7:45 AM, Elad Alfassa <elad(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
I'd say that if we want to make the installation process itself
we need to have an option to turn on accessibility features directly from
fedora-welcome some how, but this needs some careful design work.
I agree with this. Perhaps the installer UI should be, I'm not sure of
a proper term, but "passably accessible" from the start, with a
straightforward way to enable an enhanced accessibility mode that
passes through to the installation.
For Fedora 21 I don't see a real reason to put these bugs as
see a high contrast icon you'd need to first find the accesibility settings
panel and click on the right switch, which is probably not easy for people
who need high contrast. Once we figure out a way to easily enable high
contrast before installation, then it will be critical to have a proper
icon. As for setroubleshoot, it's not critical during installation so it can
always be updated later.
Seems reasonable. So some additional granularity in the requirements
is needed, to carve out what things will/won't block.