[manjaro-general] Manjaro and accessibility
simon.eigeldinger at vol.at
Fri Aug 29 19:16:08 CEST 2014
thanks for the info.
i just got contacted by jonathan.
and i will have a look into all things.
Am 29.08.2014 um 17:47 schrieb Philip Müller:
> 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
> 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,
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