On Wed, Sep 16, 2020 at 10:55 pm, majid hussain <mhussaincov93(a)gmx.com>
i'm no dev but
i'm blind would functional include being accessible to orca the
after all to a blind person like me having an accessible setup
experience is a requirement?
or after I install the system, I would be in the dark?
I think it makes sense to have a criterion to ensure, at minimum, that
the screen reader is working throughout the initial setup process, yes.
orca was completely broken in F33 until last week  and we only
noticed by coincidence, since it doesn't get tested much.
Unfortunately right now the login screen is not accessible (regression,
). gnome-initial-setup is pretty hard to use with just a screen
reader. And anaconda doesn't seem to be accessible at all (at least, I
don't know how to get orca to read anything in anaconda). So things
would probably need to first be in better shape before we can actually
start enforcing a blocker criterion to ensure it stays working....