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Jonathan Nadeau

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episodes: 4

hpr1442 :: Google Summer of Code

Released on 2014-02-11 under a CC-BY-SA license.

[GSoC 2014] Mentoring organization application deadline. Fri Feb 14, 2014 11am – 12pm Pacific Time

Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers students stipends to write code for open source projects. We have worked with the open source community to identify and fund exciting projects for the upcoming summer.

For more information see:

hpr1173 :: Sonar GNU/linux

Released on 2013-01-30 under a CC-BY-SA license.

Today's show is about Sonar GNU/linux and the importance of it. I'm also running an indegogo campaign and I mention it at the end the link to the campaign is

The link to Sonar is


hpr0706 :: What to do when confronted with a blind person

Released on 2011-04-18 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.
  • If you are in the way of a blind person say "hi" so they know your there.
  • If a blind person is looking for a seat, tell them where there is a vacant space.
  • Ask if they need help (warning not all people might appreciate this)
  • See you later, Did you watch this movie doesn't bother Jonathan but some people may be.
  • When leading a blind person (across the street), walk normally and let the bling person hang on to your elbow.

hpr0697 :: Aaron Seigo talks about accessibility in KDE. An outtake from Frostcast Episode 36.

Released on 2011-04-05 under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.

After his outspoken criticism of accessibility in Ubuntu, Jonathan Nadeau has become the standard barer for accessibility on the FLOSS desktop. In his interview with the KDE spokesperson Aaron Seigo, Jonathan didn't ask any questions about accessibility. I was expecting to hear what accessibility improvements are in the pipeline for KDE.

When I contacted Jonathan about it he immediately replied saying that they did talk about accessibility. He didn't add it as the show was running to long and that he might release it as a separate podcast. I floated the idea of releasing it on HPR and he was kind enough to mail me the segment.

A link to the rest of the interview:

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