[texhax] clas brief
dwj at math.wayne.edu
Fri Jan 28 18:19:14 CET 2005
What can be done with say, inline and displayed equations to meet the
requirements of section 508?
Philip TAYLOR wrote:
> Not sharing Karl's view on the importance of "libreness",
> I think it's worth drawing people's attention to the
> following, which discusses the Acrobat suite in terms
> of accessibility :
> ** Phil.
> Karl Berry wrote:
>> well does Adobe Reader work in Linux?
>> Regardless of how well Adobe Reader works in [GNU/]Linux (I don't know
>> the answer myself), it cannot be incorporated into TeX Live and other
>> free distributions:
>> (1) Adobe places onerous restrictions on redistribution which make it
>> impractical to include.
>> (2) Even if we accepted its not being libre software.
>> So from the free distributions' point of view, a solution cannot require
>> HTML sounds much more plausible to me for accessibility.
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