accessodf 0.1.1~b-1 source package in Ubuntu


accessodf (0.1.1~b-1) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Samuel Thibault ]
  * Team upload

  [ Sebastian Humenda ]
  * rework symlinking infrastructure
  * section editors fits better than java (Closes: #710567)
  * import new upstream version
  * add debian-specific build infrastructure

  [ Samuel Thibault ]
  * Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.6 (no changes).
  * patches/no-addon: Disable building the accessodf add-on.
  * control: build-depend on maven-repo-helper, comment out add-on packages.
  * rules: Install maven information.
  * copyright: Update to LGPL-3 licence.

 -- Samuel Thibault <email address hidden>  Mon, 01 Feb 2016 23:16:22 +0100

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Sebastian Humenda on 2016-02-06
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accessodf_0.1.1~b-1.debian.tar.xz 9.8 KiB 287b762723839b249be1476baf062d7a60c7aa7956f7f49a13f6f5e25cb130c8

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libaccessodf-java: library for checking accessibility in ODF/ODT documents using Libreoffice

 AccessODF is an extension that can be used in Writer and in
 LibreOffice Writer. It enables authors to find and repair accessibility issues
 in their documents, i.e. issues that make their documents difficult or even
 impossible to read for people with disabilities. This includes issues such as:
  * insufficient colour contrast between text and background,
  * missing text alternatives for images and other objects (such text
    alternatives are necessary for blind users and other users of
    text-to-speech software),
  * missing language identification for the document and for language changes
    inside the document (language information is needed for conversion into
    Braille and synthetic speech),
  * the use of proper Heading styles instead of big bold text to identify
    headings (this enables document navigation based on headings),
  * the use of proper tables instead of visually mimicking tables by using tabs
    or spaces,
  * the compatibility of images with DAISY, the de-facto standard for digital
    talking books.
 For each accessibility issue, AccessODF provides a description and repair
 This package just contains the library for use in other programs.