|DOC TYPE:||Disposition of Comments
||Disposition of Comments Report on SC 2 N 3083, ISO/IEC 10646-1/PDAM 14, Universal Multiple-Octet Coded Character Set (UCS) -- Part 1: Architecture and Basic Multilingual Plane -- AMENDEMNT 14: Yi syllables and Yi radicals|
||ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 2/WG 2|
||In accordance with Resolution M35.13 adopted at the 35th WG 2 meeting held in London, UK, 1998-09-21/25, this document was prepared by the project editor. The revised text for FPDAM ballot is contained in N 3214.|
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Disposition of Comments
The PDAM appears in JTC1/SC2 N 3083 (also WG2 N 1774)
Responses to the letter ballot appear in JTC1/SC2 N 3153 (also WG2 N 1821).
National bodies that submitted comments are listed below. Where a national body has submitted a negative vote the indication (N) appears after its name in the list.
Canada Comment noted. The text will be substantially amended in the light of other expert comments.
China (N) Accepted.
1. Accepted, except for one small difference, that vowel initial syllables will be ordered ahead of letter b.
2, paragraph 1. Not accepted. Additional radicals, if verified, could be added in a later amendment.
2, paragraph 2. Accepted in principle. However no verified alternatives are available at present. The National Body of China is invited to clarify the position during the FPDAM ballot period. Meanwhile the four names will remain unchanged.
2. Accepted in principle. Cell size may be constrained by the tools available to the Chinese national body.
4. Accepted in principle. Font quality may be constrained at this stage by the fonts currently available. Improved fonts are expected to be available by the time of FDAM ballot.
Israel Comment noted. No action required.
Japan Accepted. A national standard exists in China, and is under revision.
Sweden Comment noted. No action required.
2. Not applicable. This is a local copying problem in USA only.
4. Accepted in principle.
5. Accepted in principle. These points are similar to other accepted comments from China, Ireland, & USA above.