FSG Accessibility Face to Face Meeting
Honolulu, Hawai'i, January, 2005


Note: Papers are listed chronologically, in the order they were presented

Novell and Linux Accessibility (Michael Meeks)
Keyboard Access Functional Specification v0.8
Abstract: This functional specification defines the minimum level of keyboard accessibility support and notification that must be provided to the user by an FSG Certified X Windowing System. This support guarantees that users with a variety of physical disabilities will always have a basic level of access to the windowing system's core functions: keyboard input and mousing. (Earl Johnson, editor. Authors: Earl Johnson; Bill Haneman; Mark Novak; & Willie Walker)
Note: The final version of Keyboard Access Functional Specification, 1.0 (KAFS) and the accompanying General Manual Assertions for Testing KAFS 1.0 were released as Linux Foundation specifications on March 27, 2008.
Magnification with X11R6.8 on Linux (George Kraft IV)
Abstract: Techniques which can be used to achieve partial or full screen magnification in the X Window System, with emphasis on full screen magnification. (January 17, 2005)
MAS as part of the Accessible Desktop (Dan McNichol & Leon Shiman)
Abstract: This document describes some of the reasons why the Media Application Server (MAS) would be an important part of an accessible desktop. (January 24, 2005)

Slide Presentations

Discussion Summaries

FSG Accessibility Logistics & Resources Discussion
AT-SPI Summary
Discussion outcomes from sessions on AT-SPI, compiled by Bill Haneman
XServer & Magnification
Discussion outcomes from sessions on XServer Magnification, compiled by Bill Haneman
XServer Remote Access
Discussion of Xserver Remote Access with emphasis on: DAMAGE, XFIXES, XevIE, COMPOSITE, XKB, XCURSOR, and XInput. Compiled by Peter Korn

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