Le 19/07/2023 à 16:19, Marc Paré a écrit :
I was wondering if someone could comment on the following.
If there were campaigns of LibreOffice/ODF adoption as default
software/open document formats directed to various country governmental
levels (either at the national, state/provincial, local/municipal,
educational, NGO, etc.), would these different levels have each of their
own requirements for adoption of LibreOffice/ODF adoption depending on
their criteria of accessibility options of a LibreOffice? Or are there
large differences in accessibility options between such organizations
where each would have to be researched separately before embarking on
such a campaign?
On the regulations, I think you should ask the association of ally
They should have the collective knowledge on that.
That depends on the country. We have that in France for example but that
applies only there.
Do the accessibility options found in LibreOffice suffice for all
criteria of adoption for most of these organizations?
Is there an organization that regulates accessibility requirements for
Are there any missing accessibility options in LibreOffice that would
essentially make it difficult for any governmental agency to adopt it as
their default wordprocessor software suite?
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