Scripting Enabled is a two day event in London on the 19th and 20th of September 2008. The goals of the event are:
- to build accessible interfaces to currently inaccessible services,
- get hackers and non-technical people who know about accessibility problems to talk and
- release documentation and tools based on real issues to make the web a more inclusive place.
This event is separated into two different parts and you need to book separate tickets!
Day 1: Facts about accessibility
The first day is dedicated to getting real information about accessibility barriers of online systems and techniques to work around them.
This is a speaking and discussing event held in the Henry Thomas Room of the Metropolitan University of London at 166-220 Holloway Road, London N7 8DB (Google Maps).
This day is for:
- Developers that will come on the second day to find out what needs building
- Anybody who wants to learn about accessibility barriers from those who get blocked by them and not from theory
- Anybody who wants to share their experiences in being blocked out from online services because of their ability.
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