September 13, 2002

GNOME Accessibility Architecture gets Helen Keller award

NZheretic tells us that about this from Bill Haneman:
I am delighted to relay the news that the "GNOME Accessibility Architecture" has been singled out in this year's "Helen Keller Achievement Award in Technology", one of the annual "Helen Keller Awards" presented by the American Foundation for the Blind.
Although the award is officially being awarded to Sun Microsystems for its "leadership in universal design", it is the work of GNOME Accessibility that is specifically called out by the award presenters."



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