Bug#471410: Installing accessibility packages by default?
Tzafrir Cohen, le Sat 07 Mar 2009 11:29:56 +0000, a écrit :
> > `What if, for example, you walk up to a friend/coworker and talk about
> > some issue. You end up wanting to show them something, so you'd
> > actually like to login on tehir Linux machine with accessibility enabled
> > so that you can work together on the project. However, since nobody
> > thought their machine would ever be used by a disabled person, the
> > necessary software would not be installed.'
> What does it take to "enable" them?
Let's rather say "start them".
> Furthermore, if you're a blind person using KDE, what good would it do
> for you that dasher is installed on the system?
> That is: accessibility sounds to me a bit like l10n: normally no point
> in installing all of it. Most potential users would need just part of
That's true indeed. You you never know in advance what kind of
accessibility features your users will need. And thus you install it
all, just like l10n.
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