The GNOME foundation has announced
that Mozilla has granted the project $10,000 for 2010 to work on accessibility.
"'The direct impact of the Mozilla funding has allowed GNOME to add Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) support to the Orca screen reader and other accessibility enhancements in GNOME,' said Willie Walker, lead of the GNOME Accessibility Team. 'All these helped make GNOME/Firefox a compelling free alternative to commercial products for the visually impaired. As a result, we're seeing users around the world using GNOME as their every day solution.'
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