Le 09/02/2012 17:43, david bolter a écrit :
> On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 7:11 AM, Pascal Chevrel > wrote:
> Le 06/02/2012 22:18, david bolter a écrit :
> What is the purpose of this newsgroup compared to
> mozilla.support.accessibility and mozilla.dev.accessibility? Is it
> a replacement for one of them or has it got a different purpose?
> The simplest answer is that it is a replacement for
> mozilla.dev.accessibility, and encompasses a wider scope. We're
> encouraging Mozilla accessibility gecko development discussion to
> happen on mozilla.dev.platform.
> A longer answer would include noting the low volume on
> mozilla.support.accessibility, and the confusion around what topics
> are appropriate for mozilla.dev.accessibility. We're hoping in the
> long term we'll have one active healthy accessibility specific list
> and use existing non-accessibility-specific lists for accessibility
> discussions were appropriate.
> Ultimately there is some 'wait and see' here. I'm not sure how the
> community will react.
(in case you don't know since I post from my private email, I am Pascal
Chevrel, I am Web l10n project manager for mozilla.org)
You may be interested in knowing that I organized a "web accessibility"
meetup a couple of weeks ago in the Paris office along with people from
the web accessibility world in France. It resulted in a Firefox
regression bug for a11y being identified and fixed (thanks to Mounir
Lamouri) in nightlies, planned for Firefox 13:
I sent the news about the creation of this mailing list to the main
accessibility working group in France (April), in case some of them are
interested in participating.