I have a question. I don't know the answer.
In a discussion of mailing-list etiquette, there was a link to an
useful web page by Italo
I favor that perspective, and I also made a promise (below) to use
whatever approach that worked best for recipients who employ
accessibility assistance in some form.
I am thinking of this list, but I mean for all lists that I use. The
goal is to support accessibility for all everywhere, naturally.
I am asking here because it came to mind and I don't know a better forum.
Oh. Now there are two questions:
1. What practices using e-mail messages best support accessibility to
mailing-list conversations? (or, if that is too broad, what practices
definitely discourage accessibility). I would prefer that those who
use accessibility provision answer for themselves.
2. If this is not the best place to ask, what is another place that
might be a good place to find answers to this question.
If there is no "right" answer, I can be with that. But if there is a
preference I would prefer to honor it.
- Dennis E. Hamilton
tools for document interoperability,<http://nfoWorks.org/>
email@example.com gsm: +1-206-779-9430 @orcmid
From: Italo Vignoli [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, October 02, 2011 13:20
Subject: Re: [tdf-discuss] Re: Top Posting...
On 10/02/2011 08:38 PM, Dennis E. Hamilton wrote:
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2. I have an offer. What formatting by senders will most powerfully
serve those on [libreoffice-accessibility]? What do those with access
limitations confirm to be the best that works for all of them?
Whatever *that* is, I will do everything in my power to honor.
I am not an expert about accessibility, but I recall that this is one of
the cases where top posting is the best choice. I suggest to have a
double check, though, as I am not competent in this domain.
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