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Re: [documentliberation-discuss] introduction

On Tue, 2018-02-20 at 08:26 +0000, kendell clark wrote:
> hi all
> My name is Kendell clark. I'm an active open source contributor and
> active on http://www.linux-a11y.org. In short, our mission is to make
> linux accessibility easy, both for users and for developers. We have
> a long way to go, but that's not why I subscribed to this mailing
> list. I'm al for liberating documents out of proprietary file formats
> and my case is a good example of proprietary formats. I'm writing to
> see if anyone is interested in helping to create a library for
> working with the "daisy" digital accessible information system,
> format. It's not exactly proprietary, since it is documented, and has
> specs, available at http://www.daisy.org/specifications,

In fact, it's not proprietary at all. It's an open standard. Therefore
it's not in the scope of DLP...


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