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Walker: GNOME Accessibility Hackfest

Willie Walker has posted a detailed report from the GNOME Accessibility Hackfest. "Some people have suggested that it will be OK if GNOME 3 goes out the door inaccessible, using the analogy that it took GNOME 2 a few releases before it became accessible. I disagree. In my opinion, going out the door inaccessible is a regression and violates the position that accessibility is a core value of GNOME. Having said that, there is a lot of work to do to make GNOME 3 accessible."
 
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