|Subject:||RE: PSPP and ADA compliance|
|Date:||Thu, 17 Dec 2015 19:14:29 +0000|
Sure, it was just rhetoric.
However, some GNU applications have a concern to improve the accessibility and PSPP can benefit from a developer who wants to work at it. PSPP is not required by law, but may be useful and accessible if a volunteer developer working on it.
Subject: Re: PSPP and ADA compliance
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Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2015 10:14:42 -0600
I think the FSF lawyers would refer everyone to the GPL and it's waivers of suitability.
How would an application like PSPP be compliant or non-compliant with ADA? This website:
(which surely isn't legal advice) suggests that ADA does not apply to applications like PSPP (or, for that matter, SPSS) because they are not “places of public accommodation.”
But this is ultimately a question for the lawyers who would defend someone subject to the ADA (e.g., YSU), not for software developers.
On 12/17/2015 10:02 AM, Charles Johnson wrote:
-- Alan D. Mead, Ph.D. President, Talent Algorithms Inc. science + technology = better workers +815.588.3846 (Office) +267.334.4143 (Mobile) http://www.alanmead.org Announcing the Journal of Computerized Adaptive Testing (JCAT), a peer-reviewed electronic journal designed to advance the science and practice of computerized adaptive testing: http://www.iacat.org/jcat
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