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Tue, 31 Aug 2010 13:09:53 -0500
On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 01:36:09PM -0400, Trevor Saunders wrote:
> > >> Hello,
> > >>
> > >> we have own wiking communicator which offer chat, audio and
> > >> video. We believe that can be useful for our communication too.
> > >> It was developed for another project and has be accessible for
> > >> blind. For us will be very welcome if the people will use it and
> > >> help us with its improvement.
> > TS> oh, please, not *another* communications tool the \infty we
> > TS> already had was too many already.
> > No. I believe that you do not know our system and the exact motivation,
> > so please check it before. The main reason is that our system is embedded
> > in to web page and the users do not need another applications. Sure that
> > exist many similar application but the question is why. Yes sometime can
> > be duplicate work but sometime can have good reasons. We have our
> > application developed already and we will offer to another for a using.
> > What the people will use is of course their decision.
> you realize its rather hard to do that when the only
> documentation seems to be a git log right? which basically tells me its
> a web app that uses flash, so I'm even more enthused that this is a
> good thing. Really, flash is just terrible, and putting it in a web
> browser doesn't mean its not an app it just means that it lives in the
> web browser.
While I do not agree with the sarcasm in this post, I do have something
to say about flash. From my own experiences, it is evil. I have never
encountered a web site that uses flash that is fully accessible.
Also, it is not supported on some platforms which are becoming popular
lately because of their built-in accessibility, specifically, the
iPhone, iPad and latest iPod touch. However, these platforms do support
html 5. I'm not familiar with html 5, but I believe it can do what
I'm not comfortable using a tool that requires flash.
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