By Peter Korn on Feb 27, 2008
Behdad Esfahbod, a member of the Board of the GNOME Foundation, has just announced today the GNOME Foundation Accessibility Outreach Program. This $50,000 program is funded by the GNOME Foundation, the Mozilla Foundation, the Google Open Source Program Office, Ubuntu maker Canonical, and Novell, and provides grants for individuals to contribute to a collection of specific open source accessibility goals as part of the GNOME Accessibility Program.
For all the details, see the GNOME Accessibility Outreach Program website. Program technical judge, Orca project lead, and all around cool guy Willie Walker has a blog entry about the program you might also want to check out.