Is this mailing list still "active" or has it been stopped? Is there
anywhere for people to discuss LibreOffice, ODF format with particular
emphasis on accessibility features? Is this mailing list purely meant
to be only about "technical support" for accessibility issues in
Is LibreOffice good for people who need accessibility features or is
OpenOffice better, given the code donation given to them by IBM? Are
people reluctantly using OpenOffice and just waiting for improvements
in LibreOffice so that they can switch back? Does anyone here have
both AOO and LO on their system so they get the best of each? (By
"the best" i mean the best for their own particular preferences).
On 25 November 2015 at 14:07, Tom Davies <email@example.com> wrote:
Sorry i have responded at all. I'm on the asperger-autism spectrum so
i'm not good at being friends with people. Also i have a bit of a
family crises going on at the moment so i'm trying to support them as
much as i can.
There is a mailing list for accessibility issues but it's very, very
quiet. I keep meaning to check if it's still active but still haven't
got around to it. You could try posting to them at;
I think that is the correct address but i'm not even certain of that
at the moment.
Sorry i have let you down so badly.
Many apols and regards from
On 10 November 2015 at 18:19, nasrin khaksar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
how are you?
did you recieve my email?
i became very worried because i did not have information and email
from you for many days!
have a good time and god bless you.
i am waiting for your emails!
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