There are many types of disabilities and many ways to address them. At the moment, however, this page concentrates on ways to make pmOS more accessible to blind and visually impaired users.
The All devices page lists hundreds of devices, most of which use one of the ARM architectures. Most of the listed devices use the armv7 (32-bit) architecture or possibly armhf (32-bit with hardware floating point support). More recent devices generally use the aarch64 (64-bit) architecture.
The older (armv7 and armhf) devices tend to be cheaper, but also more limited in memory, storage, and processor speed. So, they may be more appropriate for use as an email access point, notetaker, etc. Looking forward, the aarch64 architecture has many more interesting possibilities.
The Accessibility (Packages) page is basically a "wish list", describing various add-on packages which could be useful for an accessible version of pmOS.
- Accessibility (Kernel) - wish list of kernel mods, etc.
- Accessibility (Packages) - wish list of software packages
- All devices - comprehensive device porting status
- Device categorization - explanation of device categories
- Device Popularity - information on device sales, etc.
- Device Wishlist - lists of candidate devices for porting
- Devices - summary of device porting status
- Input methods - hardware and software options for text input
- USB Network - using USB to log in from another computer