Regards @bwdjames .
In a way it is true for most, including myself, we are novices in this issue of accessibility.
In our case the initiative decides to take off right now with 2 children's stories, Yoisber & Zamuel, which are formed with us as future video game programmers in the Caciquitxs Foundation. This institution is dedicated to complement formal education with ICT-based experiences, making different and fun learning.
About these two children, 13-year-old, one has full visual disabilities and the other autism spectrum. His enthusiasm and ICT development is so admirable that the least we can do is ... to enable a server so that, if possible, work as a team without major limitations. And it could be a server with Nethserver.
I share the first game programmed by Yoisber, accessible with Phyton. Developed on the platform pilas-engine, original from Argentina.
His father has authorized us to share a photo of the child working.
The code http://codepad.org/DtESUesY
We have the support ... (rather) We know that we have the support of our brother Ernesto, blind of birth and current leader in accessibility evaluation of some of the GNU/Linux distributions that develop in Venezuela. He has extensive experience with the accessibility tools to evaluate hardware and software.
Surely this will be an experience that would result in the distributions that are given accessible support in our country and sensitize the planet to understand that we will have a better world if we listen to minorities on equal terms.
This idea does not let me sleep hehehe
We are a global tribe, and as Yoisber and Zamuel there are more children, and wonderful persons in the diversity of our capacities and disabilities. We are going to complement each other.
We are a big and WORLD team!
Let's agree this time, at least and for a laudable cause that will leave benefits for all.
We are Nethserver