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Principle 2

From: Simon Harper <simon.harper@manchester.ac.uk>
Date: Fri, 3 Oct 2008 10:26:50 +0100
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I've been Looking at comprehensiveness across all principles in a top  
down manner. wrt principle 2 and Assistive Technology - maybe I'm  
missing something - but can someone tell me why we don't just say  
'other technologies'? Why are we limiting this to AT? Why aren't we  
say expose your interfaces / APIs / and event handlers to other  

In addition is there any reason why we can't just make sure event  
handlers are exposed to other technologies and leave 4.2 to third  
party development?



Simon Harper
University of Manchester (UK)

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