Qt And Accessibility

One important issue is where each part of accessibility is going to be implemented and what's going on the Qt libraries is, indeed, very important.

As this text says earlier, Qt started to implement accessibility but it doesn't seem versatile enough and TrollTech may not be interested in Linux-specific accessibility, but if Qt provides a sufficiently powerful accessibility interface through plugins, the plugin can use platform-specific stuff (SadEagle). There is already a QAccessible Object for Windows in place which just needs to be extended (Olaf Jan Schmidt).