kirk at reisers.ca
Thu May 9 21:55:52 EDT 2013
On Wed, 8 May 2013, Mike Ray wrote:
> First of all thanks for a great screen-reader. Dependable when everything
> else turns to dust.
You are welcome. However, a lot of people other than I had major
contributions to speakup.
> And thanks for clearing up the status of things as they are currently.
Hahah, that remains to be seen.
> But I can't get SpeakUp to run with any stability. I suspect that's because
> of something fundamental about the platform. But I'm pretty determined to
> get it going and bring accessibility to the Linux cli on the Pi.
That is absolutely great. As far as I know, you are the first person
to report actually getting speakup to run on the Raspberry Pi. There
have been quite a few folks attempting it however. As you and others
have mentioned, some condition that regularly burks it is necessary
before much muscle can be brought to the fix. In general speakup is
very stable on most desktop and laptop machines, outside of a few
> If I can help in any way with updating the web site I'd be happy to do what I
That is also great news. you can clone the website for linux-speakup.org with:
git clone http://linux-speakup.org/speakup-web.git
and have your way with it. Any changes you make you can send me a
patch and I'll apply it or give you an account you can make changes
directly, later on.
Well that's it then, colour me gone!
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