can we get a link to the main accessibility list http://www.mozilla.org/access/ Newsgroup and Mailing List We have two discussion lists, which can be read via a newsgroup reader, as a mailing list or via Google groups. Mozilla accessibility discussion groups Purpose Newsgroup Mailing list Google group Developer discussion mozilla.dev.accessibility subscribe/unsubscribe Google group End user support mozilla.support.accessibility subscribe/unsubscribe Google group can we get the new list added to the page https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/accessibility the archive link for it is http://groups.google.com/group/mozilla.accessibility
I have no idea what you're asking for here... The newsgroups are already listed at the bottom of https://www.mozilla.org/access/.
yes but the main accessibility one is not
I can add this, but it would be helpful to know: what is the difference between mozilla.accessibility and the other two forums? What is it's purpose?
Summary: New Mailing list to be added → Add mozilla.accessibility to https://www.mozilla.org/access/
the difference is the Mozilla Mailing list accessibility is for everything other than support or dev it was setup to promote the accessibility project in a whole, like to see for websites and that
websites relating to mozilla
Please note: 1. dev-accessibility is no longer for user support, it is only for technical discussion. 2. dev-accessibility may go away one day, since we should use dev-platform for technical discussion. 3. email@example.com is wide open for a11y discussion including as satdav mentions, website a11y.
* What do I put on the page as the purpose? * Should we remove the mozilla.dev.accessibility listing?
Assignee: nobody → bmo2010
I really think we need to hear from Ken who is organizing content for our accessibility web pages.
(In reply to David Bolter [:davidb] from comment #8) > I really think we need to hear from Ken who is organizing content for our > accessibility web pages. It's been two weeks. Ken, you there?
Satdav, by marking this bug as "depends on" bug 721518, you're saying that we have to wait until bug 721518 is marked as fixed until we can fix this bug. You sure that's the case? Bug 721518 is tracking bug, and typically tracking bugs depend on the bugs they track.
the bug I marked this as is a tracking bug for our reference
I don't think we're going to hear from Ken on this. Is there someone else to defer this to?
from comment #6) > Please note: > > 1. dev-accessibility is no longer for user support, it is only for technical > discussion. > 2. dev-accessibility may go away one day, since we should use dev-platform > for technical discussion. > 3. firstname.lastname@example.org is wide open for a11y discussion > including as satdav mentions, website a11y. I apologize for my absence. In addition to what David said, dev-accessibility has very low activity (last legitimate post was March 29 and it was about marketplace), and we are moving away from it. I don't see any reason to keep it listed at lists.mozilla.org and continuing to send people there for the reasons above and because we want the focus to be on mozilla.accessibility. Can we also change the description for accessibility at lists.mozilla.org from "Build the web for everyone." to "Mozilla/Web accessibility topics" or something similar?
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
7 years ago
Duplicate of this bug: 770248
Component: www.mozilla.org → General
Product: Websites → www.mozilla.org
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