Thank you @apradoc for this initiative. If we can help disabled people with opensource software and making that software a full integration in the network, we can help those people to be full part of society.
When we start at this project, we first need to identify what disabled people need to be able to use ict. Is that hardware? Is that adapted software? What kind of disabilities do we want to, or probably better: can we support?
Next step is identifying opensource solutions that already exist and find out what is needed to implement them in NethServer.
There are probably multiple solutions and maybe even overlapping solutions in functionality. When choosing a solution, we have to have a clear picture of what we want to accomplish and probably need some discussion about this.
It could even be a great topic for our conference in September later this year. Maybe we can invite an expert speaker on this topic?
Further more, I suggest, that if several people are interested in this subject, we can create an @accessibility_team and a dedicated wikipage on the subject.
If there is anyone with knowledge on the subject, I gladly invite you to give some ideas. If anyone knows solutions and can explain what benefit they can have for disabled people, also please chime in.
For me this is a complete unknown topic, so I will need a lot of reading on it. Looking forward to comments!