As Stormy mentioned, we will be exhibiting at CSUN this coming March. Besides the opportunity to offer users a free and accessible alternative to proprietary platforms and assistive technologies, we hope to take advantage of the gathering for a GNOME accessibility hackfest.
CSUN is a great place to meet vendors, users, and other AT developers. I think such an experience would be beneficial for our own AT folks. We often draw inspiration only from the limited resources surrounding us, and don’t look at the “state of the art” products out there that many users depend on daily.
So, budget permitting, I hope to see as many assisitive technology hackers as possible this March. Still too many unknowns right now, but I hope we will have more details regarding this hackfest soon.