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On 03/03/2011 03:51 PM, Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2011-03-03 3:30 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
On 03/03/2011 01:08 PM, Charles Marcus wrote:
On 2011-03-03 12:12 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
I do not want to be a part of the Accessibility List, but I would
like to know what is being done to help those with this type of
Wrong list. If you want to learn about whales, you don't ask about
them on the telephones list.
Could someone who is on that list forward my request?
So now you want someone else to ask your question - and then what? Pass
on all of the answers to you? How much are you offereing for such services?

I did state that I do not want to be a part of the Accessibility list
but would like some information.
I know - had you not stated that explicitly, I wouldn't have said
anything... it was your gall at just saying you were too dang lazy to go
ask yourself on the appropriate list.

Hey - I know - I'd like some info on how to grow tomatoes
hydroponically... would you mind trotting on over to the hydro-tomato
list and asking for more information on that for me? Thanks...
Look, I do not want to be part of the accessability group. If I have to become a member of that group to just ask my question for information, then it will be like this.....

1] So you want me to sign up to a list.
2] Ask my question
3] get my answer
4] unsubscribe to the list

Someone on this list must know where I can get my answers without subscribing to the various list. I just want the info to pass on to those I support and then if the developers of LibreOffice would like input from those impaired users, I can pass that back along to the proper person/people. Since the current list is such a low volume list, I would like to . . . never mind.

It seems there are not too many people who are receptive to the needs of the disabled/impaired individuals. It still taking active fighting to get companies in the USA to conform to the American Disabilities Act of 1984. The law, and business are not complying to that law to allow the physically impaired individual to shop in their stores according to the ADA requirements.

So I hope more people in the LibreOffice Developers, SC and Marketing areas will make the effort.

The few people I know enough about in those areas, gives me hope that LibreOffice will always be one of the Software "Companies" that DO listen to the needs of their users, and not take MS's model of telling you want you want and need.

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