thank you for clarification. i am finding debian quite inaccessible to me and fear not being able to use it at all. so i appreciate your work.
On 7/28/17, Samuel Thibault <sthiba...@debian.org> wrote: > Hello, > > Samuel Wales, on ven. 28 juil. 2017 16:51:38 -0700, wrote: >> is accessibility [of all types] a formal priority in debian yet? e.g. >> in social contract? > > The Social Contract says > > “Our priorities are our users and free software > > We will be guided by the needs of our users and the free software > community. We will place their interests first in our priorities. We > will support the needs of our users for operation in many different > kinds of computing environments.” > > So in a sense this already includes accessibility, I don't think we'd > get this modified. Perhaps rather something could be got into the Debian > Policy. > > That being said, what should be done before that is documenting things, > since one can't impose something which is not documented. As a reminder, > the TODO list of https://wiki.debian.org/accessibility-devel includes > adding accessibility things into the developer's reference document, the > NM process. I'd say that should be done and advertized before thinking > about formalizing anything. > > Samuel > > -- The Kafka Pandemic: <http://thekafkapandemic.blogspot.com> The disease DOES progress. MANY people have died from it. And ANYBODY can get it at any time. "You’ve really gotta quit this and get moving, because this is murder by neglect." --- <http://www.meaction.net/2017/02/03/pwme-people-with-me-are-being-murdered-by-neglect>.