On Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 4:56 PM, Máirín Duffy <duffy@fedoraproject.org> wrote:

On 11/25/2014 09:37 AM, Peter Robinson wrote:
I would argue that if it's not visible to a partially sighted person
during install how are they to actually get the release installed.

Anaconda has a high-contrast icon (it was always there, for some reason it wasn't displaying at first) that works now. So accessibility in terms of launching the installer itself isn't an issue.

The remaining problem is the welcome app doesn't have one. This is because the icon it uses is the Fedora logo and for various reasons we cannot produce a high contrast version of the Fedora logo. I don't think you can actually launch the welcome app anyway so it's an issue of it not having an icon in the dash / taskbar.


Oh, I understand.

Well,  in that case I think it shouldn't be a blocker at all. The launcher policy was written about user-visible launchers. The welcome app is not one of these, so the policy should not apply.

-Elad Alfassa.