Membership

Membership is free and informal. It is open to anyone working or studying in an Australian university who shares an interested in web accessibility.

You join just by subscribing to the mailing list.

Mailing list

Purpose of the mailing list

The list lets members of the network talk about common issues, news, events and so on.

We prefer to limit membership to people within the Australian university sector or with very close accessibility related links to it.

How to subscribe

You must subscribe using your university email address.

Send a blank email to wanau-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

You can sign up for a free Yahoo account, but you don’t need to unless you want to access the web-based mailing list archives.

How to unsubscribe

Send a blank email to wanau-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com. Note: you must send the unsubscribe request from the email address you used to subscribe with.

List etiquette

Please follow these guidelines.

  1. When posting messages:
    • write a good subject line to identify the topic of the message
    • do not post file attachments.
  2. If you are replying to a message:
    • trim the quoted message so that only the relevant parts are included
    • update the subject line if needed.
  3. Do not post:
    • messages that are not relevant to web accessibility at Australian universities
    • ads for consulting, design or accessibility evaluation services (we don’t want to be seen to be endorsing service providers that we can’t evaluate)
    • one liners like “me too”
    • aggressive replies or personal attacks on group members.
  4. Do not take information posted on this list and use it elsewhere:
    • to avoid legal problems do not quote, cite or use information or opinions posted to the list in any way that may be prejudicial to the poster or their organisation.

List archives

Members of the mailing list who have an associated Yahoo account can read archives of past discussions on the Yahoo Groups website.

Other accessibility mailing lists

General or technical web accessibility issues

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