"Free (as in source code) is the most important part of this," Nadeau explains. "Since the source code will be Free, this means that once the operating system is built, anyone can modify it to improve and enhance what already exists. I want people that depend on assistive technology to use Free software so we can be in control of our own computing and accessibility needs."
The Sonar Project seeks $20,000 in funding by Feb. 20; so far, it's garnered only $2,385.
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