On Thursday, September 20, 2012 10:48 AM, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
* Assume that blind users can use standard desktop apps (like firefox
webkit based browsers) to access our web apps as long as the apps provide
- I don't know if this is a reasonable expectation on Fedora. Need to
talk to someone who works on accessibility to know if this is a viable option
for blind users, for a subset that are vision impaired but not totally blind,
or of no use at all.
The (yet unreleased) GNOME 3.6 release notes have this to say at the moment:
WebKitGTK+ received a lot of attention and many bug fixes that have
resulted in a better accessibility support. We are quite pleased with
the progress thus far towards making content viewed in Web
compellingly accessible for Orca users.
So perhaps WebKitGTK+-based browsers in Fedora >= 18 would make this a