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Re: NVU, child of Mozilla Composer (Windows & Linux)

From: Steven Dale <sdale@stevendale.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 19:18:48 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <2698.>
To: <gdeering@acslink.net.au>
Cc: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>

Would building on top of Mozilla Composer be worth it?  I mean for
accessibility?  Would the features that could benefit accessible design
authoring be easily integrated?   Just a couple quick questions.  I think
if we as a group get involved, it may help promote acceptance and
inclusion of the accessible authoring features in proprietary tools.


Geoff Deering said:
> Hi,
> The new release of NVU is available at http://www.nvu.com/
> This is an open collaborative project, maybe those of us concerned with
> standards and web accessibility can help work with this developer
> community to build a great cross platform web publishing tool.
> <quote>
> Nvu is an open source project and we encourage all who wish to help to
> get involved.
> Nvu is in the early stages of development and we are getting ready with
> the information, downloads, CVS trees, project plan, etc. for developers
> to participate.  Because we are building Nvu on top of an already very
> mature product (Mozilla Composer), the progress has already advanced
> rapidly and we will soon update this site with more information about
> how you can help out. Nvu's development site (http://www.nvudev.org)
> will also be up soon and will have much more information for developers
> to start building and extending the Nvu project. NvuDev.org will be the
> main site for developers who want to get the latest version of Nvu as
> well as for those who want to contribute to the project. Look for it to
> be live soon!
> </quote>
> http://www.nvudev.org/contribute.html
> ---
> Geoff
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