In order to know

* How determine if we need to load the accessibility modules and the accessibility bus in a agnostic way:

  • GNOME uses gsettings, but in the underly it is using XSettings
  • The idea would be try to use XSettings on KDE also
  • Checking .desktop, there is already KDE specifics there.

* About how to know the running ATs:

  • Provide a way to register client (like Orca) on AT-SPI (additionally to register "normal" apps)
  • Also check if this could be useful in order to improve the perfomance issues (try to not expose anything if no AT is registered).
  • This would envolve register, deregister, list current ATs, and notify any AT added.
  • More information on the initial "two entry points" thread:

Hackfests/ATK2011/Agenda/client-registry (last edited 2011-05-09 17:13:35 by AlejandroPi├▒eiro)