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Re: [Accessibility] last project on the left

From: Chris Hofstader
Subject: Re: [Accessibility] last project on the left
Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2010 12:12:02 -0400

Hi Eric,

Thanks for this!

I don't exactly understand what you have here. I'm not suggesting it's a bad 
thing, quite the contrary, I just don't know anything about web frameworks and 
what one does with such a thing. Can you explain it to me?

Also, if it's a good tool and not specific to accessibility, rms can tell you 
to whom you should send it at FSF/GNU to discuss getting it into our mainstream 
catalogue of software.

I'm kind of a web dummy and tend to rely heavily on Sina to splain tings to me.


On Aug 1, 2010, at 1:38 AM, Eric S. Johansson wrote:

> one project suggestion:
> I have a web framework that works nice with speech reco from the developers 
> perspective.  should work nice with tts as well.  any interest in making it 
> more robust so disabled programmers can use it for real apps?
> no unresolvable conflicts to get in the way
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