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Le 2011-03-04 11:41, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions a écrit :

But back to the Accessibility issue. It would be nice to be known as an
organization the cares about the needs of better accessibility for
software packages. Though it is a small market group, it seems to be
good press. And the more good press LibreOffice gets, the better it is,

I am not sure about different jurisdictions or countries, but in some, to be considered for institutional installation, the software must comply to certain accessibility rules/laws. I believe the accessibility aspect of LibreOffice is not really a choice it is part of being accepted as a serious contender in the office suite arena.

And yes, we should be putting in advertising/marketing any aspect that the LibreOffice suite fills now and sometimes a hint of things to come, as you suggest, would perhaps be better enticement for governments to consider adopting the suite for their institutions.

Thanks for the reminder.



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