The place to discuss and share ideas on how to make Drupal more accessible.
Be sure to check out the Accessibility Group.
Also, you might be interested in Designing for Accessibility.
Really appreciated having an opportunity to better understand the Drupal community and its efforts and plans for improving accessibility, and to find out how I might be able to contribute to this growing effort within the Drupal community.
With my end of the day fatigue, and avid interest in the subject, I may have talked too much. My apologies to others in the room if I prevented you from learning what you came to learn, or left you feeling overwhelmed. If I can help in any way as a resource for general accessibility issues feel free to contact me. I have lots of documentation to share on the subject. email@example.com
Finally, a member of the group, also very talkative, let us know as she was leaving the room, that she had placed Drupal's accessibility info link in a tweet (very helpful). Though it left a bad taste in my mouth to find that just minute earlier she had publicly tweeted a "complaint" about one of the people in the room--an 'Eeyore', likely me. Why not just judiciously let the person know her concern in person, ask them to give others a chance to ask questions and get answers, rather than posting a complaint and quickly exiting? (Not helpful or respectful.)
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