just picking two items I am able to answer at the moment ...
Am Montag, den 07.02.2011, 23:01 +0100 schrieb klaus-jürgen weghorn ol:
Is barrier-free an issue in the website-/design-team?
Issue in terms of "interest"/"necessity", then yes. Things that are
barrier-free are usually "usable", which means respecting "usability".
We've added the accessibility list to our Design Team wiki page some
time ago, since it doesn't seem to have another home ;-)
Moreover, two weeks ago, I had a private conversation with Andreas
concerning the use of colors on the website - and we checked some pages
with the color checker linked from within our tools pages.
And, some things have been proposed on the website mailing list to
improve usability / accessibility - e.g. to change the colors of the
Thus, what we currently can do, will be done. And I'm pretty confident
that Ivan will also have a look at it - during the website refresh of
the OOo website in 2008, he made the page a lot more accessible
(although most of the improvements were "invisible").
Ivan, any further thoughts?
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