someone told about calamares didnt worked, asked have accesibilty on install point. Also i dont think calamares stil not there on the point for that. As on developer just to look if its possible then promise to put in can always look later. installing accesibilty from online scrip is there but if you cant installed is oter thing, but calamares is not on point i believe, even got a question from a linux user.
i do some testing on screenreader and other stuff but this is not that easy to setup… i think it could be a project for long term to start with an extra ISO and getting this working… and there are already others out there specialized on that: https://talkingarch.tk/ https://wiki.vinuxproject.org/
plus the big ones like ubuntu fedora suse doing integrate this already
I would like Openbox. I have switched from xfce to Openbox on my main computer, with i3 as a secondary option. I would be interested in your version. I also use polybar instead of tint2 (openbox) and i3Bar in i3. Polybar takes some configuring but the documentation is very good and there are a lot of modules to use.
I’m another fan of Enlightenment for old hardware. Something you might want to consider however is Bodhi forked enlightenment(E17) to make the Moksha Desktop (which is much more stable) because the enlightenment developers kept making changes that broke things then telling users x problem is fixed in y commit on the git version which does absolutely nothing for people who don’t want to run the git version. Moksha would give you many advantages and if you decide you are going for enlightenment please consider moksha as a more stable alternative.
Thanks! I think we need the help. Any settings/recommended package selections/extensions etc. (preferably without AUR stuff if possible) are very welcome. And some sense of minimalism is also good, is order not to make it too complicated to maintain.