[ESS] Next steps [OT] Best Practices Emacs / ESS Mini-Webinars

Liz Hare ||zh@re @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Thu Jan 28 19:11:22 CET 2021

Hi Martin,

Thanks so much for letting me know the attachment didn't work out. I was trying to send a Word document. It will be available soon on MiR's new website, but in the meantime I'm saving it as a PDF and attaching it. 

Please let me know if you have any questions about it or if I can help implement it.

For more information about who MiR is:

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> On Jan 28, 2021, at 3:53 AM, Martin Maechler <maechler using stat.math.ethz.ch> wrote:
>>>>>> Liz Hare via ESS-help writes:
>> Hello,
>> Going back to our earlier conversation about ensuring the accessibility
>> of Mini Webinars, I'm able to share MiR's Accessibility Workbook
>> (attached).
>> This is of particular interest to blind R users because the RStudio IDE
>> is not an option for us due to its inaccessibility.
>> Please let me know if you have any questions.
>> Liz
> Dear Liz,
> thank you.
> Note that there nothing attached came through the ESS-help
> mailing list.  Not many "binary" files attachments are allowed
> (for spam / virus protection), but currently only
> application/pdf  and
> image/png
> What attachment MIME type did you use?
> Best regards,
> Martin
> PS: For me, it's really saidening to see that a community as MiR
>    of people who join for using the Free Software  R   then
>    uses a closed source commercial product like 'slack' .. and
>    that one can only join that community via a slack channel.

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