The KDE Accessibility Project has released the first stable version of the KDE Accessibility module.
The package currently contains three nifty accessibility aids (screenshots and info):
KMagnifier, a screen magnifier,
KMouseTool, a program for people who have trouble clicking the mouse, and
KMouth, a program that enables people to let their computer speak for them. The module has been translated into Danish, German, Hebrew and Portuguese thanks to the hard work of the i18n teams. An interview with Gunnar Schmi Dt, the maintainer of the KDE Accessibility module, is also available.
The interview contains detailed information about future plans of the KDE Accessibility Project as well as its relation to other accessibility efforts.