Fwd: New quote for you which might apply to the Trinity desktop
I couldn't resist passing on the quotation, which hopefully means that I
communicated the essence of TDE. And while I was at it, I have forwarded the
rest of what Mike said. (With his permission, of course.)
This is the blind person for whom I have made enquiries. I have encouraged
the idea that he might be able to render it accessible to the blind. I
stressed how accessible friendly TDE is in general.
I gather a lot depends on what TDE uses in the way of Qt. I knew he would ask
about that, and had tried to look it up in advance (sorry about my ignorance:
without looking it up, I just know that something in that area has been
changing), but sadly the website was down, so I said that I would find out
for him, though I haven't yet done so.
Still, if someone could render TDE accessible to the blind, that would be
great. It is so good for the partially sighted. And this is the chap who
re-coded the sound-chip firmware on the Raspberry Pi because the sound was
too poor to be usable by someone blind.
My stars throughout.
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*****Subject: New quote for you which might apply to the Trinity desktop*****
Date: Tuesday 23 June 2015, 15:56:18
From: Mike Ray <mike@...>
To: Lisi Reisz <lisi.reisz@...>
I enjoyed the talk about Trinity at the weekend. I will certainly be
having a look at the online resources about it and trying to find out if
it might be at least on the way to accessibility for me.
Here's a nice quote for you:
"Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when
there is nothing left to take away." Antoine de Saint Exupery
Michael A. Ray
Witley, Surrey, South-east UK
"In the beginning there was Debian, and Ubuntu was without form, and void"