[scribus] Scribus and digitial accessibility
Armony ALTINIER 聂和美
aaltinier at april.org
Tue Jun 1 22:50:11 CEST 2010
Thanks a lot a.l.e for your answer.
exactly defining wich tags you whish and how they may be added into the
> scribus UI would drammatically improve the chances to see it implemented
> into scribus.
I am going to ask the question to my working group and come back to give you
the precised list of tags.
I already can tell you that we will need tags to define different level of
headings, tags to give a text alternative to images and a way of defining
the order of elements to make them read in a logical order by the assistive
But I will be clearer in my next email.
finding some foundings for implementing it would make sure that it gets
> implemented :-)
Arf, I send you money as soon as I get rich (I hope you're patient :-P). I
cannot give you money, but I probably can help in a way or another, by
sharing my expertise about digital accessibility for example, in order to
improve Scribus and make it accessible to everyone ;-)
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2010/6/1 a.l.e <ale.comp_06 at xox.ch>
> hi armony,
> My name is Armony, I am French and I coordinate the Workgroup
>> "Accessibility and Free Software"of the association "April", French
>> advocacy association devoted to promote and protect Free/Libre Software in
>> France (5300 members).
>> The goal of the Workgroup is to sensitize people about making free
>> software accessible to everyone, especially disabled people.
>> We are trying to create accessible documents, and we noticed that only
>> Acrobat Professional has a function for adding accessibility tags to PDF
>> documents (see
>> But maybe we can create accessible PDF directly with Scribus? We can do it
>> with Open Office, is there a function to add accessibility tags on Scribus?
>> We looked for it but didn't find it...
>> I wondering if you were working on it? Or maybe you know another way of
>> tagging a PDF document to make it accessible? It's a really big gap for
>> Accessibility and Free Software.
> you're bringing a very good concern.
> since the team members have very little time those days and are already
> very busy by their own, exactly defining wich tags you whish and how they
> may be added into the scribus UI would drammatically improve the chances to
> see it implemented into scribus.
> finding some foundings for implementing it would make sure that it gets
> implemented :-)
> a good place to discuss it, would be the scribus mailing list
> hope that helps
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