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On 10/08/2012 04:11 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
I'm not sure how to forwards this to the devs list.

There has been some talk of getting accessibility bugs marked out to differentiate them from others 
and perhaps raise the priority on them to hopefully get them fixed faster.

Thanks to IBM's gift of their Lotus Symphony code to Apache AOO is going to have a major boost to 
it's accessibility and that is going to give AOO a significant advantage in corporate environments. 
 So, accessibility needs to be a priority (along with Base) for LO imo.
Regards from
Tom :)
Please send me an email with exactly what you're talking about so I can bring it up during our next QA conference call. Or, if you want to join the call, that would be helpful and you can explain what it is you're thinking. A decision like this should be done through QA channels. Because of the LibO conference happening in Berlin, our next QA call is two weeks from today (or that is the tentative plan). If you're interested in joining I'll make sure that you know the date/time of the call :)


--- On Mon, 8/10/12, Peter Rayner <> wrote:

From: Peter Rayner <>
Subject: [libreoffice-accessibility] bug 50926
Date: Monday, 8 October, 2012, 1:55

A few of us are having a problem with interaction between libreoffice
writer and orca. I filed a bug at
in early June but there's no action shown against it. Did I file this
wrongly (my first freedesktop bug report) or is there anything else I
can do to help progress this?
thanks in advance

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