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You could suggest degrees of certification. E.g., bronze would be
bog-standard technical compliance. Platinum would be granted for
commitment to cover support across a number of platforms, OS, for a
certain number of years, open publication of APIs, high security, a
process to handle customers requests, and maximum turnaround on
critical bug/security fixes. Etc.

Regards,

Francis

At 31/05/2006 04:01, Arthur Entlich wrote:

>I had an idea that I pitched to MS a few years back, that they not issue
>   a "Windows Compatible" designation on a peripheral unless the company
>signs an agreement that they will guarantee to supply upgraded drivers
>with changes in OS's for a certain number of years (I thought 8-10 years
>would be about right).
>
>MS's legitimate response was the company is already accused of trying to
>control the industry and this would not go over well with with
>peripheral manufacturers.  However, since MS owns the certification
>process, personally, I'd like to see them require some minimal time
>period on all certified products.

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