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Hi everyone

I'm a User Experience Design (UXD) freelancer based in Melbourne, Australia.
I'm passionate about usability/UCD, accessibility and free software.  I'd
like to contribute to LibreOffice where I can.

Sorry if this is something that has already been considered but I had an
idea I thought I contribute to...

Does LibreOffice have a VPAT (Voluntary Product Accessibility
I was able to find a VPAT for

I tried to create a page on the Wiki to start creating a VPAT but had
trouble creating a new page.

*What's a VPAT?*
In the U.S. Section 508 "bars the Federal government from procuring
electronic and information technology (E&IT) goods and services that are not
fully accessible to those with disabilities." (WebAIM: United States Laws:
Section 508 <>)  The Information
Technology Industry Council (ITI) <> created VPAT as "a
tool used to document a product's conformance with the accessibility
standards under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act." (ITI -

Kindest regards,
Scott Rippon.
Scott Rippon Consulting
User research, design and evaluation

M  +61 423 302 672

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