Unicode® Technical Committee Document Registry
This is the home of the Unicode Technical Committee (UTC) document registry.
Quick links to all of the recent document registers, organized year-by-year,
are provided in the following table.
UTC Document Registers, By Year
UTC Document Search
provides a way to find documents by number.
This search can also be used to find a particular revision of
a document that has multiple revisions posted in the document register.
For instructions on document submission, see
How to Submit Proposal Documents and
Submitting Character Proposals.
The Proposal Summary Form is required for some types of submissions.
The UTC maintains the Roadmaps to Unicode together with WG2.
The Roadmaps contain current allocations of standardized characters
and proposed allocations for future characters, to help guide both
the authors of character proposals and the review of those proposals by the UTC and WG2.
The Pipeline page summarizes, in detail, all currently
approved characters and scripts that are in various stages of ISO
review and/or balloting, and which have not yet been published
in any version of the Unicode Standard. This page is also actively used
to guide proposal review.
The UTC document registry has been continuously maintained
since the founding of the UTC in January, 1991. Online
documents were first posted starting in 1997, so the
table of register links from this page starts in 1997.
For details regarding the early history of the document
registry and UTC meetings, see
Earlier UTC Meetings.
Links to very early document registers and
other historical documents are located at
UTC Historical Documents.