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Re: [GNUe]Just back from Trinidad

From: Chalu Kim
Subject: Re: [GNUe]Just back from Trinidad
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2003 19:08:50 -0400 (EDT)

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On Mon, 30 Jun 2003, David Sugar wrote:

> Incidently, I have just returned from speaking at the FLOS conference in
> Trinidad.  For those who may have missed this recent trip, I was invited to
> Trinidad to speak about GNU Alexandria
> (, which basically
> applies GNU Bayonne as one means to deliver e-government services for the
> blind.
> I also had some very useful discussions with their National Library and
> "Information System" Authority (NALIS) about the potential for deploying free
> software to enable accessibility for the blind, both in terms of GNU
> Alexandria, and in regard to setting up special pc's at all their branches
> using Blinux and similar "Linux for the Blind" distributions and tools.  I
> have the impression that the leadership in "NALIS" do understand the mission
> of their library system is to provide access to the largest ammount of
> material to the broadest possible population on an equal basis.  In addition
> to the possibility of doing a GNU Alexandria pilot program in Trinidad at
> some point in the future, we may look at replicating such services through
> UNESCO to other similarly positioned nations in the world.
> I think Robin Miller has an overall excellant summation of this conference on
> newsforge.  I think there is more about it on the LinuxJournal site as well.
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