[manjaro-general] Manjaro and accessibility

Philip Müller philm at manjaro.org
Fri Aug 29 17:47:49 CEST 2014

Hi Simon,

Sonar Linux is actually Manjaro Linux. The Sonar project was so kind to 
port all needed packages over to our project. All packages they need 
will be pushed as binaries to our repos by me and my team.

Kyle is also a developer for Manjaro and Sonar. He and Jonathon are both 
blind and know best how to transform Manjaro into that what it is.

Sure you can configure Manjaro also to act how Sonar does. Well, you 
don't need to, as Sonar is 100% Manjaro.

Please talk to Kyle to get more info for how to get the best out of Manjaro.

kind regards
Manjaro Project-Lead

Am 29.08.2014 um 10:44 schrieb simon.eigeldinger at vol.at:
> Hi all,
> Because i have just joined the list i might do a quick intro  to 
> myself and then continue with my question.
> I am Simon from western Austria and i am blind since i was born.
> I just looked at the Manjaro website and saw the about section 
> mentioning accessibility.
> which accessibility features does Manjaro have to offer?
> I know that Sonar bases off of Manjaro but i wonder if manjaro by 
> itself also is accessible.
> greetings and thanks,
> simon
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