On 10/30/07, Baishampayan Ghose <b.ghose(a)cleartrip.com> wrote:
G Karunakar wrote:
"Low cost software for visually impaired"
All said and done, the article starts with ``A city-based visually
impaired software professional has come out with an 'open source
voice-enabled software' based on LINUX system, for the benefit of
visually handicapped.'' which is fundamentally flawed since none among
Marc Mulcahy, Willie Walker, Mike Pedersen, Rich Burridge, Joanmarie
Diggs (the authors of Orca) are ``city based'' nor are they even Indians
by any stretch of imagination.
Finally someone who acknowledges GNU, Gnome and its project Oraca
authors have not been credited!
/me bows to B.G