At 12:01 28/11/2010, Florian Effenberger wrote:
on yesterday's LinuxDay in Austria, the request for a separate
accessibility mailing list came up.
I guess we're quite too early to do this, but on the other hand, I
see that a dedicated working space for those involved in the topic
could be interesting indeed.
I would definitely subscribe to such a list - because of my
involvement in the OOo/Libo extensions odt2daisy and odt2braille (and
another one under development) and my general interest in accessibility.
Accessibility in an authoring tool always has two aspects: the
accessibility of the tool's UI itself (which is not necessarily the
same on every platform) and the accessibility of its output.
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