Oracle has dismissed the leader of the team GNOME Accessibility

Developers GNOME Accessibility Team are building technologies and applications to ensure that people with disabilities can work in a graphical environment GNOME. Until now, this team has been led by units Accessibility Program Office (APO) at Sun Microsystems. Now, after the absorption of Sun Corporation Oracle, the latter seems to have decided to “turn” this activity.

It became known to dismiss Volcker Willie (Willie Walker), who led the project Orca and GNOME Accessibility. Now he is looking for a new job, and this means that there is no guarantee that he will again be given to projects required amount of time.

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