[Mailman-Users] What would your dream Mailman web interface look like?
geek at uniserve.com
Thu Apr 9 00:38:38 CEST 2015
Quoting Adam McGreggor <adam-mailman at amyl.org.uk>:
> On Thu, Apr 09, 2015 at 02:31:50AM +0900, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
>> > The Justice Department has already said that the web is a place of
>> > public accommodation, and the ADA applies. It is only a matter of
>> > time before they issue specific regulations. So, in the near
>> > future, anyone producing publicly facing web sites will need to do
>> > this!
>> No, they won't -- they can always shut down. And I suspect that's
>> exactly what will happen to most volunteer sites if they try to apply
>> the ADA standards to them. I can't be happy about that. I live in
>> Japan, and I assure you that public policies that equalize benefits by
>> reducing the average suck -- especially for the less-well-off.
> Apropos to that, the US DoJ doesn't really have much effect in
> jurisdictions outside of the US. I do wish we wouldn't be so
>> Really, you accessibility advocates should be looking for
>> opportunities to organize this kind of effort.
>> A few real lists are running with Mailman 3 + Postorius +
>> HyperKitty already,
are those apps ADA-compliant?
and I'm pretty sure there are a couple of demo
> At least one has been posted to one of the lists; possibly
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