ISSUE-525: Investigate removing all RFC2119 and other overly prescriptive statements that apply to assistive technology (AT) - ARIA 1.1

AT prescriptiveness

Investigate removing all RFC2119 and other overly prescriptive statements that apply to assistive technology (AT) - ARIA 1.1

State:
CLOSED
Product:
ARIA 2.0
Raised by:
Matthew King
Opened on:
2012-06-11
Description:
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Closed based on discussion at TPAC 2016

James Nurthen, 23 Sep 2016, 13:04:09

Changelog:

Created issue 'Investigate removing all RFC2119 and other overly prescriptive statements that apply to assistive technology (AT) - ARIA 1.1' nickname owned by on product , description '' non-public

11 Jun 2012, 14:50:50

nickname changed to 'AT prescriptiveness'

Michael Cooper, 11 Jun 2012, 14:52:18

Owner changed to 'Matthew King'

Michael Cooper, 11 Jun 2012, 14:52:18

Product changed to ARIA 1.1

Michael Cooper, 11 Jun 2012, 14:52:18

Status changed to 'open'

Michael Cooper, 11 Jun 2012, 14:52:18

Product changed to ARIA 2.0

James Craig, 23 Jan 2014, 23:17:18

Status changed to 'closed'

James Nurthen, 23 Sep 2016, 13:04:09


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