There has been a question on the Website page regarding what is in the
plans in the services offered in the LibreOffice suite in accessibility?
I re-read the website page and noticed that there is no mention of this.
Would it be a good idea to have this on the page or would this be more
of giving people false hopes of new features that may or may not be offered?
The question was posted on the Marketing list:
"Could I receive some information on what is in the future of
LibreOffice's accessibility efforts? Would a list of what some needs
for some the various disables/impaired individuals to make a software
package fulfil those needs? I myself and physical impairments and other
issues placed upon me from several major injuries and three strokes.
That is why I am volunteering my time to help those who have it
difficult to function in the local community like myself. "
Perhaps adding a list of future plans in Accessibility may help in
attracting devs or membership support to the list?
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