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Revision as of 15:19, 27 November 2013

Rencontres Mondiales du Logiciel Libre (RMLL) / Libre Software Meetings (LSM), Montpellier, France, 5-11 July 2014: website.

In order to reach out to the open-source community (or communities), it would be nice to submit a proposal for a hackathon to an open-source conference such as RMLL. In such a hackathon, open-source developers would be taught how to integrate their projects into GPII. Ideally, we should find and contact projects with accessibility features and a community that would be willing to work on GPII integration. Add your ideas to the table below.

Open-source projects
Project (with link) Developer(s) to be invited Settings file format and location User group (if AT) and example settings Platform(s)
LibreOffice TBD ?
  • enable the setting "Support assistive technology tools (program restart required)" (see Options > LibreOffice > Accessibility)
  • Set UI scaling (see Options > LibreOffice > View)
  • Set Icon size and scale (see Options > LibreOffice > View)
  • UI language (depends on installed language packs) (see Options > Language Settings > Languages)
Linux, Windows, Mac OS, ...
NegativeScreen: Windows application with 11 colour inversion schemes TODO: Find out through the contact form. ? The colour inversion scheme. Windows