For those not following the Debian Accessibility Mailing List, this is a new developement there. It looks interesting.
From: MENGUAL Jean-Philippe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Debian Accessibility Team <email@example.com>
Subject: About Hypra project
Date: Tue, 03 Nov 2015 01:21:33 +0100
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At DebConf 15 I had introduced the Hypra project to Mario and during a
lightning Talk. I had talked about our main dev work: Universally
Accessible System. Now we have a translated website, I think it's nice
to show you:http://hypra.fr/?-Home-17-&lang=en
Because we will work with Debian, contribute to Debian and try improving
its a11y in long-term.
For next month, we will release a full list of features we found in
Jaws, NVDA, ZoomText and SuperNova and not present in Orca and Linux, so
that users could tell us whet should be prioritary to be developped. On
this basis, we'll submit patches to upstream teams in order to add
features, including technical discussions with you about the good
approach (what is for Orca, for at-spi, for the application, etc). Now
we've the basic platform, we can start developping improvements and
submitting them. And we're going to re-open the issue of packaging some
useful tools such as Compiz.
HYPRA, progressons ensemble
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