thats quite good, will users of the system be able to access this as well as 
other klango services from within the player be able to access this online?
like on the actual website?
also at some point will one be able to get an account on the website and signup 
there as well as the player.
if  a load of stuff comes up I may recomend this stuff to other normal non 
blind etc people.
However I doubt they will want to get the player just to view a catalog, 
although the player seems to be almost a new os at least a shell.
good work on it by the way.
I'd like books to be avalible to on the website at least the downloads for them 
and search to, also would be good if at some stage in the future users could 
use their userid as some sort of email address on the site or maybe a msn 
passport thingy.
keep it up.
At 12:11 p.m. 27/09/2008, you wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I'm the one of the people who are responsible for the Klango Player, a new 
>"accessible multimedia and community center". We would like to invite all 
>developers to submit their software to a new Software Catalog we will be 
>launching in a few days.
>
>Some time ago we tried to create a few audio games and other small programs 
>for the "listening people", but after a year we already knew that reachability 
>of the VI audience is the main problem of such activity.
>Because we didn't want to give up, we stopped making games and started 
>designing a new software platform which could be used as an efficient medium 
>for delivering (acessible) software and other interactive multimedia content 
>to broader, worldwide VI audience. It took us almost two years to finish the 
>first stage of the adventure.
>
>We are happy to announce that the final version of the Klango Player 2.0 will 
>be released on 6th October.
>
>With a single download, and thanks to Player's simple user interface, even 
>non-experienced blind users (not only geeks like you;) get easy access to the 
>Player's functions and some additional Klango Programs (through a built-in 
>install/update mechanism). Now, we are finishing the puzzle by adding the 
>Software Catalog dedicated to all developers interested in publishing their 
>software to the community.
>
>If it comes to the community, it grows everyday with new users from all over 
>the world ...without any advertisement from our side. Even now, when the 
>Player is online just for two months (as a beta), we have over 1000 users and 
>each day hundreds of people log into Klango and have a good time with it (take 
>a look at the forums). New language versions are being developped by users 
>themselves ...and so on.
>
>So... getting back to the point of this email: if you're a developer and the 
>Klango Community matches somehow your target audience, simply submit your 
>software to the Catalog. :) It's a simple operation and you can be sure you'll 
>gain a lot of new users for your applications. If you submit your app, it will 
>be listed in the Player's menu and users will be able to download, install and 
>run it directly from the Player with just a few keypresses.
>
>Of course, submitting aplications to the Software Catalogue is completely free.
>
>More detailed information about the Software Catalog and details of the 
>submition process can be found in our Partner Panel, http://partner.klango.net.
>You have to own a Klango Account to enter the Panel, but we hope it's not a 
>big problem for you :) Simply download the Player and create one. We suggest 
>you to get the For Testers version, because it's almost up-to-date if it comes 
>to various features. It's URL is http://setuptest.klango.net. You can also 
>read more about the player at http://en.klango.net/readme/.
>
>Please note that the possibility of downloading your applications is not 
>available in the current versions of the Player. If we recieve your 
>submission(s) to the catalog (through the panel), we'll release a "final-beta" 
>version next week to test how the machinery works in real conditions before we 
>enter full 2.0.
>
>In a case of any questions, don't hesitate to contact us. Please use our 
>support form at http://support.klango.net, it's the best way of contacting us.
>
>Best regards,
> Maciej Muszytowski
> Klango Player/klango.net Team
>
>
>
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