Time ago I had a silly question about Chinese braille, and I discovered a
couple of interesting and helpful www places about braille.
1) A mailing list called Braille Help List (subscribe mailing to
firstname.lastname@example.org; unsubscribe mailing to
email@example.com; post mailing to
firstname.lastname@example.org) -- not very active, recently.
2) The Royal National Institute for the Blind (http://www.rnib.org.uk) in
Great Britain, that has very good info and extremely helpful and skilled
people. Dr. Jurgen Grotz (International Policy Co-ordinator) is extremely
expert about braille internationalization.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Suzanne Topping [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: 2000 January 11, Tuesday 17.58
> To: Unicode List
> Subject: Globalization for disabilities
> Hello all,
> A few months ago, I raised the issue of the next generation of software
> internationalization, meaning that functionality and feature access would
> "componentized" so that it was modifiable during localization.
> I have been asked to do some research on whether anyone out there is
> expanding the concept of globalization to include support for people with
> disabilities. Sometime recently there was a discussion on the Unicode list
> about Braille, and so I am hoping that some list members may be dealing
> these issues.
> Any referrals to experts or to available resources on this topic would be
> Thank you.
> Suzanne Topping
> Localization Unlimited
> (Globalization Process Improvement Consulting and Training)
> 28 Ericsson Street
> Rochester, New York, 14610-1705
> Phone: 716-473-0791
> Fax: 716-231-2013
> Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> (Send me an email to join the North East Localization Special Interest
> Group, an email distribution list which acts as a discussion forum for
> localization issues.)
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