Thanks, Alex. Given that even the IA2 list traffic is quite low, I've
recommended to Linux Foundation that we create just one accessibility
list at for now. If things change in the future, we can create
new lists, or sublists when the situation warrants.


Alex ARNAUD writes:
> I consider only the mailing list ia2 useful right now. AT-SPI is developed
> at GNOME Foundation and there are already two mailling lists, one for
> development and another one for user.
> Best regards,
> Alex.
> Le 29/05/2018 à 19:57, Janina Sajka via Accessibility a écrit :
> > Colleagues:
> > 
> > The Linux Foundation is planning a migration of email list service from
> > its own servers at over to
> > 
> >
> > 
> > If there are any issues with this move, please advise on list as soon as
> > you can, especially with any identified accessibility issues with the
> > service.
> > 
> > The migration is planned for end of June.
> > 
> > Second, I would propose we keep only three lists in this move, the main
> > accessibility list, the IAccessible2 list, and the AT-SPI list. While we
> > have several other lists, none are in use any longer, and I do not
> > expect we'll need any of the other lists anytime soon. If you disagree
> > with this assessment, please also respond to that point.
> > 
> > Janina
> > 
> > 


Janina Sajka

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Executive Chair, Accessibility Workgroup:

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
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