The Fluid mailing lists provide a way to have threaded conversations about particular topics. Unlike the wiki, they provide a way to actively "ping" the community. Everyone is welcome to join the mailing lists and no matter where you join us, you will reach our community!
This mailing list is a meeting point for everyone excited about Inclusive Design. We hope this will be a place where you will feel free to post information about upcoming events, share articles of interest, and start conversations about new ideas, challenges and possible directions for inclusive design.
This list includes members of the Inclusive Design Research Centre at OCAD University, researchers and members of the Inclusive Design Institute, students, graduates and faculty from the Masters in Inclusive Design at OCAD University, members of the larger accessibility community, and anyone interested in the conversation about Inclusive Design.
The combined mailing list for both development and user experience activities. fluid-work is the community's primary working forum, where we discuss the day-to-day issues of the Infusion and other Fluid related projects. This is where most of the Fluid Project conversation takes place -- subscribe to listen in and contribute.
The fluid-announce mailing list is a low-traffic, moderated list for announcements about the Fluid Project. Subscribe here for announcements about new software releases.
This list is for Fluid Infusion users to share experiences, questions, and comments with each other and the community. This is the primary support forum for Fluid Infusion.
An open forum for discussing topics of interest to the Fluid community, including both the Academic and Engage projects. This is a lower-traffic list intended to provide a forum for our wider community to talk, stay up to date, and share feedback and advice. If you're not involved in the day-to-day work of Fluid, but want to stay connected, this is the list for you.
The commits mailing list provides a record of every commit to the Fluid Project source code repository. Membership is open to the public, but all committers must be subscribed to this list.
This list is for announcements of security patches or workarounds for known security issues.
Preferences for Global Access
The mailing list for the Preferences for Global Access Year 2 (2014-2015) Project.
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