"The GNOME Foundation has turned its attention to accessibility
for people with disabilities. To help improve both Web
accessibility within GNOME and the project's long-term direction,
the Mozilla Foundation is joining the GNOME advisory board, and
plans to help improve integration of the XUL development platform
with GNOME. Even more significantly, the GNOME Foundation, the
Mozilla Foundation, Novell, Google, and Canonical are jointly
sponsoring a $50,000 outreach program to help improve accessibility
"To an extent, these announcements simply formalize what has
already been happening for the last few years. GNOME has included
accessibility tools such as the Orca screen reader for several
versions now, and has a large and active accessibility community
inside the project..."
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