See also: IRC log
<scribe> Scribe: Andi
<cyns> Hi DAvid. We're also on the phone.
<davidb> on my way
From the ARIA spec, "Unlike alert, alertdialog can receive a response from the user. For example, to confirm that the user understands the alert being generated. When the alert dialog is displayed, authors SHOULD set focus to an active element within the alert dialog, such as a form edit field or an OK button. The user agent MAY fire a system alert event through the accessibility API when the alert is created, provided one is specified by the intended accessibility API."
open bug for Cynthia and assign action 632 to her
this needs to go in the events table Cynthia is creating
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