As we mention, the GNOME Accessibility project develops and fosters compelling free open source accessibility solutions for graphical user interfaces. This includes collaboration with other organizations to make accessible design a more global and cross desktop value. On this page, you will find links to some of the other organizations we collaborate with.
AEGIS - a €12.6m investment in accessibility, with the vast majority of it focused on open source solutions.
Open A11y - First chartered in 2004 as the Free Standards Group Accessibility Workgroup (FSGA), the Open Accessibility (A11y) Group functions today within the Linux Foundation to establish free and open standards that enable comprehensive universal access to various computing platforms, applications, and services. The AT-SPI on D-Bus work is being organized and documented by the Open Accessibility Group, for example.
Mozilla Accessibility Project - the Mozilla project to bring leading edge accessibility to the browser.
Project:Possibility - a nonprofit, community service project committed to creating groundbreaking open source software for persons with disabilities.
DocumentationGNOME Desktop Accessibility Guide
The GNOME Desktop Accessibility Guide is for users, system administrators, and anyone else who is interested in how the GNOME Desktop supports people with disabilities from an end user point of view.GNOME Accessibility Developer's Guide
The GNOME Accessibility Developer's Guide is for developers who want to ensure their programming efforts are accessible to the widest audience of users.GNOME Documentation Library
The GNOME Documentation Library includes the accessibility user and developer documents listed above along with many other documents for users, developers, and system administrators. From here, you can also access the documentation translated into many different languages.