Hi Sigrid, *,
Thanks for clarification..
Sigrid Carrera schrieb:
2010/11/29 Friedrich Strohmaier <email@example.com>
might be I don't understand "accesibility" well..
Accessibility refers to people who have some disabilities, like bad
eyesight, so you need a screen reader to learn about the content of a
website or a document.
O.K. then I was on the wrong track. I assumed things regarding (bad)
user experience which isn't wrong in this context but a different topic.
I didn't get "disabilities" well.
Florian Effenberger schrieb:
following large mail threads not related to that topic,
can be a problem - so a dedicated list indeed might make sense.
This can be a problem for whomever. It's only solution is to get
Your tools and Your communication partners help You achieving that
task. This can be shurely be demanded by someone willing tho help
development. Someone looking for advice is a completely different
story and should be handled as such.
Depending on those people's disability, they can see this almost as an
personal attack (I remember those threads on the users list quite
Got it - thanks. :o))
So concerns for a seperate mailinglist are resolved.
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