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Fwd: possible accessibility track at FOSDEM

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  • From: Samuel Thibault <samuel.thibault AT>
  • To: accessibilite AT
  • Subject: Fwd: possible accessibility track at FOSDEM
  • Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 19:54:50 +0200

Pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas, le FOSDEM c'est un cousin des RMLLs:
il a été fondé à peu près en même temps, avec des objectifs
assez voisins. En pratique il est plus orienté développeurs, 100%
anglophone, et beaucoup moins grand public que les RMLLs.


----- Forwarded message from "Bryen M. Yunashko" <suserocks AT> -----

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From: Jan Claeys <lists AT>
Date: Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 6:42 PM
Subject: possible accessibility track at FOSDEM
To: ubuntu <ubuntu-accessibility AT>

I just had the following short conversation in #fosdem on Freenode:

<yaloki> sejo: how about an accessibility track ?
<yaloki> sejo: I could find speakers on the topic
<JanC> I might be able to find some speakers on that too
<yaloki> JanC: someone who's with me on the opensuse board is
deeply involved in those projects and goes to an a11y summit in
madrid next week, he'll poke some speakers
<JanC> yaloki: nice, I'll make sure the ubuntu-accessibility
people know about a possible accessibility track too

I think some people on this list might be interested in this.

Note that FOSDEM is a developer conference, so the target audience for
talks is developers, and the topics are supposed to be mainly technical
(although a talk about implementing accessibility awareness for
developers & UI designers inside a project might apply too, I suppose).

More info about the conference and contact info about where to send
applications can be found at: and more

FOSDEM is taking place in Brussels, Belgium on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6
February 2011.

BTW: an "accessibility track" means that those talks would be part of
the main tracks, but of course an "accessibility devroom" could be an
alternative or addition, so maybe talk about this to accessibility
people in other projects too.

  • Fwd: possible accessibility track at FOSDEM, Samuel Thibault, 23/09/2010

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