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KDE in the Accessibility Guide

Tonight I was able to get the KDE information into the Accessibility Guide.  While it isn’t finished it at least addresses the new pieces of software that are available in KDE (new since the last update of the Accessibility Guide).  I need to get back to GNOME to finish pulling that information into the guide.  GNOME seems to have more information on their tools, compared with KDE, but they also spread it around a lot more meaning I’m having problems finding a lot of it.

Another problem I’m having on both GNOME and KDE web sites.  It is nearly impossible to find the license information.  On the Fedora wiki it clearly shows the license right in the footer but not in the GNOME or KDE sites.  This makes it extremely difficult for us documentation folks to know how we can use what we find.

Anyway, I’ve updated the temporary hosting page for the Accessibility Guide so the latest and greatest is there.  Please feel free to take a read and file a bug if you find anything that isn’t right or could be better.  Mind you this hasn’t seen an editor yet…

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