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Re: Skipper: Projects and Uses

From: Matthew Smith <matt@kbc.net.au>
Date: Wed, 08 Oct 2003 07:55:02 +0930
Message-ID: <3F833D3E.2070404@kbc.net.au>
To: WAI Interest Group <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>

Geoff Deering wrote:
> Does anyone know of projects or groups that have implemented applications
> like Skipper (http://skipper.sourceforge.net/)?
> 
> One of my local Linux User Groups is looking to offer such systems to the
> community.  I'd be pleased to hear of anyone else with knowledge or
> experience in this area, or know of others working with such projects in the
> community.

I am involved in a project based around an accessible (well, it will be 
when I've de-bugged it) online community information system, Community 
Connect <http://www.community-connect.net>

Part of this project involves reviving a touch-screen kiosk that I 
developed and adding Festival and TRACE's EZ-Access as extra interfaces. 
  (The data is presented to the screen as compliant XHTML and coverted 
to SABLE voice XML using XSLT.)  Details at <http://www.tivis.net.au> 
I've done a proposal for developer workshops on the kiosk and some of 
the Community Connect architecture for OzeWAI in December.

My future plans involve microcontroller based mouse and keyboard 
'wedges' - similar to the Skipper idea, but doing all the work outside 
of the PC (or Mac).  Contact me off list if you're interested as some of 
the techniques are getting a little off-topic for this list, although an 
accessible Web-style interface remains at the centre of my application 
delivery strategy.

Cheers

M

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Matthew Smith
Kadina Business Consultancy
South Australia
http://www.kbc.net.au
Received on Tuesday, 7 October 2003 18:25:12 GMT

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