IBM joins forces with OpenOffice.org to contribute code and resources starting with the iAccessible2 accessibility tool. Once it's assimilated into OpenOffice.org, it'll make ODF more attractive to governments, which often require that the technology they purchase be accessible to all of their users, including the disabled.

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7 years 36 weeks 23 hours 23 min ago


It's about time. -- IV

It's about time. -- IV

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7 years 36 weeks 22 hours 55 min ago


Given that the China government

Given that the China government is also supporting their own document authoring standard, UOF, does this mean that it's possible that IBM's China group might add UOF support?