L2/99-176R

November 4, 1999

Minutes UTC #80 & NCITS Subgroup L2 # 177 Joint Meeting

Redmond, WA June 8-11, 1999

Hosted by Microsoft Corporation

Tuesday, June 8, 1999

UTC Membership Roll Call -- See Attachment 1 for list of Attendees

Number of members in good standing as of this meeting: 15. Quorum: 8.

PRESENT: Apple Computer, Inc. (by proxy); Hewlett-Packard Company; IBM Corporation; Justsystem Corporation; Microsoft Corporation; NCR Corporation; Oracle Corporation; The Research Libraries Group, Inc.; Sun Microsystems, Inc.; Sybase, Inc.; Unisys Corporation.

NOT PRESENT: Booz, Allen, Hamilton, Inc.; Compaq Computer Corporation; Reuters, Ltd.;

SAP AG.

Total members represented: 11, Total not represented: 4

Agenda

[80-M1] Motion: Approve the agenda with the addition of Unicode Technical Report #11 East Asian Character Width [L2/99-178, L2/99-180]. [L2/99-151R1]

Moved by Roberts, seconded by Aliprand

11 for (unanimous)

WG2 Consent Docket

[80-M2] Motion: Accept the motions on the six WG2 resolutions given in document UTC/1999-009:

Moved by Ksar, seconded by Winkler

11 for (unanimous)

UnicodeData-2.1.9d3

[80-M3] Motion: Accept the changes to UnicodeData as detailed in UTC/1999-016. The effect of this is:

Normative:

Informative: Moved by Whistler, seconded by Umamaheswaran

11 for (unanimous)

UTF EBCDIC

[80-M4] Motion: Advance Draft Unicode Technical Report #16, EBCDIC-Friendly UCS

Transformation Format to Unicode Technical Report #16, EBCDIC-Friendly UCS Transformation Format with the editorial change to follow the Version 3 terminology for UTFs. [L2/99-162-4]

Moved by Ksar, seconded by Freytag

11 for (unanimous)

East Asian Width

[80-M5] Motion: Approve a revision of Unicode Technical Report #11, East Asian Character Width [L2/99-178] to:

Moved by Ksar, seconded by Freytag

8 for, 0 against, 3 abstain (Apple, Justsystem, Sun)

Action Item 80-1 for Asmus Freytag: Create a data table from document L2/99-180 of East Asian width properties for the character data file.

Line Breaking

UTC Consensus: Take the following actions at this time regarding Draft Unicode Technical Report #14, Line Breaking Properties. Wait until an updated document is received before voting on its advancement to approved Unicode Technical Report.

Action Item 80-2 for Asmus Freytag: Create a data table from document L2/99-180 of Line Breaking properties for the character data file.

Action Item 80-3 for the Editorial Committee: Align the normative text between Draft Unicode Technical Report #14, Line Breaking Properties, and the text in Version 3 Chapters 6 and 13

Technical Content of Unicode V 3

[80-M6] Motion: Accept the technical changes to Version 3 of the Unicode Standard as documented in UTC/1999-011R with the following terminology modification:

Moved by Ksar, seconded by Davis

11 for (unanimous)

Action Item 80-4 for the Editorial Committee: Update note under D7a regarding use of "obsolete"; change the UTF terminology to be the same as 2.0; modify sentence on p.19 regarding transforming UTF-16 to UTF-8; and add the relevant RFCs to the bibliography.

Description of Unicode Data Files in V 3

[80-M7] Motion: The descriptions of the Unicode data files are considered part of the Unicode Standard and the normal editorial process applies to these files. [L2/99-183]

Moved by Ksar and Davis, seconded by Whistler

11 for (unanimous)

Action Item 80-5 for Mark Davis: Update the descriptions of the Unicode Character data files (move in bidi categories, point to the related chapters, add a modification header).

Data Cross-Checks

[80-M8] Motion: Accept the character property changes documented in sections 2, 3, 4. 6, 7, and 8 of document [UTC/1999-017] as amended below and roll into the V 3 database:

The other changes are summarized below: Moved by Davis, seconded by Umamaheswaran

9 for, 1, 1 (Apple)

Action Item 80-5 for Ken Whistler: Roll in the results of the data cross check into the Version 3 data files.

Action Item 80-7 for the Editorial Committee: Add an explanation about letter like symbols and case mappings to Version 3, consider canonical mappings (see UTC/1999-017)

Action Item 80-8 for Ken Whistler: Annotate 2139 INFORMATION SOURCE in the names list.

Wednesday, June 9, 1999

UTC Membership Roll Call

PRESENT: Apple Computer, Inc. (by proxy); Hewlett-Packard Company; IBM Corporation; Justsystem Corporation; NCR Corporation; The Research Libraries Group, Inc.; Sun Microsystems, Inc.; Sybase, Inc.; Unisys Corporation.

NOT PRESENT: Booz, Allen, Hamilton, Inc.; Compaq Computer Corporation; Microsoft Corporation; Oracle Corporation; Reuters, Ltd.; SAP AG.

Total members represented: 9, Total not represented: 6

UTC 79/L2 176 Minutes

[80-M9] Motion: Approve the minutes of UTC 79/L2 176 [L2/99-054].

Moved by Ksar, seconded by Davis

8 for, 0, 1 (NCR)

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

PRESENT: Microsoft Corporation now present.

Total members represented: 10; Total not represented: 5

Review of Action Items

UTC Consensus: Incorporate "Criteria for Encoding Symbols" into the appropriate documentation.

Action Item 80-9 for the Editorial Committee: Put a pointer into Appendix B for the "Criteria for Encoding Symbols"

Action Item 80-10 for Asmus Freytag: Once "Criteria for Encoding Symbols" is posted on the web, send out an announcement.

Raised Decimal

UTC Consensus: Raised decimal is a glyph variant of full stop, with the following action items:

Action Item 80-11 for the Editorial Committee: Document the raised decimal as a glyph variant of full stop.

Action Item 80-12 for Ken Whistler: Annotate the full stop character in the names list that the raised decimal is a glyph variant.

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

PRESENT: Oracle Corporation now present.

Total members represented: 11, Total not represented: 4

Micro Sign Decomposition

UTC Consensus: We need to encourage the use of Unicode Version 3 to avoid synchronization issues.

Action Item 80-13 for Mark Davis: Talk to Rich Gilliam to encourage ECMAScript to use Version 3.

Action Item 80-14 for Mike Ksar: Determine the standards and organizations that Unicode should be working with; suggest liaison relationships.

Action Item 80-15 for Uma Umamaheswaran: Check the Unicode Versions page and if not satisfied with the language describing the potential for the data files to change, then send suggested language to the editorial committee.

Action Item 80-16 for the Editorial Committee: Add text to Section 2.10 and Chapter 4 to say that property data may change and update the versions page to note that all contributory files are at the same level.

Action Item 80-17 for Ken Whistler: Give Mark text for the readme that Sm are not the only characters with the math property.

Action Item 80-18 for Asmus Freytag: Supply text to the editorial committee describing the use of tilde.

[80-M10] Failed Motion: Change the micro sign (U+00B5) to be a canonical equivalent of mu (U+03BC) and give it the same properties as mu [UTC/1999-013].

Moved by Davis, seconded by Roberts

2 for, 3 against, 6 abstain (Apple, HP, Justsystem, Sun, Oracle, Microsoft) Motion failed

The failure of this motion means that the decomposition for U+00B5 MICRO SIGN will remain a compatibility mapping.

Not Tilde

[80-M11] Motion: Change the decomposition of U+2241 NOT TILDE to haveU+223C as the base character [UTC/1999-013].

Moved by Davis, seconded by Whistler

11 for (unanimous)

Action Item 80-19 for Mark Davis: Add language to explain micro sign/mu relationship.

Action Item 80-20 for Ken Whistler: Fix the decomposition for U+2241.

Micro Sign Case Mappings

[80-M12] Motion: Add upper case and title case mappings to micro sign (U+00B5) that match the case mappings of mu (U+03BC) [UTC/1999-013].

Moved by Davis, seconded by Umamaheswaran

8 for, 0 against, 3 abstain (Apple, NCR, RLG)

Action Item 80-21 for Ken Whistler: Update the database to add uppercase and titlecase mappings to U+00B5 micro sign to match U+2241 mu.

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

NOT PRESENT: Justsystem Corporation; Oracle Corporation; and Sun Microsystems, Inc.; are no longer present

Total members represented: 8, Total not represented: 7

Unicode Character Database V 3 - Beta

[80-M13] Motion: Have a beta period for the 3.0.0 character data files where we progressively prepare files in Unidata. As soon as possible, they will be frozen by the editorial committee. The target for the final 3.0.0 data files is August 1.

Moved by Davis, seconded by Freytag 8 for (unanimous)

UTC Consensus: Have it be a public beta.

Action Item 80-22 for Ken Whistler: Create a public directory and post the associated data files for the public Beta of Version 3 Unidata.

Action Item 80-23 for Mark Davis: Update the Unicode Versions web page with 3.0.0 labeled prominently as "Beta".

Action Item 80-24 for Mark Davis: Update his contributory data files for the 3.0.0 Beta.

Action Item 80-25 for Asmus Freytag: Put a notice on the Unicode home page that we will

have a Unicode Data Version 3 Beta.

Action Item 80-26 for Mark Davis: Send out a notice about the public Beta.

Action Item 80-27 for Editorial Committee: Clarify how versioning of data files will be done.

10646-1, Second Edition

Action Item 80-28 for All: Review L2/99-168 (10646-1 second edition) and send comments either directly to WG2 or through the Unicode liaison. Input needs to be received by July 15, 1999.

UTC Consensus: We need to correct the glyph for U+301C to match the glyph used in Unicode 1.0 and the first edition of 10646 with the following action item:

Action Item 80-29 for Asmus Freytag: Prepare a response for Bruce Patterson regarding the editorial corrigendum on the glyph for U+301C. Also contact Japan to see how they can be satisfied.

[80-M14] Motion: Have the editorial committee create a proposed technical corrigendum to have 10646-1 normatively reference the Unicode Standard for UTF-16 serialization in clause 6.3. The technical corrigendum also will recommend adding escape sequences for UTF-16 BE and LE in Annex C and other appropriate places.

Moved by Davis, seconded by Umamaheswaran

9 for, 1 against, 0 abstain

Action Item 80-30 for Editorial committee/Mark Davis: As soon as possible, prepare the text for a proposed technical corrigendum to have 10646-1 normatively reference the Unicode Standard.

WG20 Liaison Report

Ken Whistler has been appointed the liaison officer from WG20 to the Unicode Consortium. Highlights of his liaison report include:

Administrative Items - continued

Calendar:

UTC 81/ L2 179: October 26-29, 1999, Mission Viejo, will include the Unicode Annual Meeting

UTC 82/ L2 180: January 31- February 2, 2000, Bay Area

UTC 83/ L2 181: June 6-9, 2000, Boston tentative

Action Item 80-31 for Mark Davis: Check on possibility of hosting UTC #82 at IBM in Cupertino

Action Item 80-32 for Lisa Moore: Check with Apple about the possibility of hosting UTC #82.

Action Item 80-33 for Asmus Freytag: Contact W3C about co-scheduling on February 3 and 4, with UTC#82

Action Item 80-34 for Arnold Winkler: Check with Tex on Progress hosting UTC #83 on June 6-9.

Recursion Limit for Ideographic Description Characters

[80-M15] Motion: Add language to Unicode Version 3 to say that ideographic description sequences should be as short as possible. They must not have a scanback length greater than six or a total length of more than 16 characters. The editorial committee has the discretion to change these limits before the book is published. [UTC/1999-020]

Moved by Davis, seconded by Yang

7 for, 1 against, 0 abstain

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

PRESENT: Hewlett-Packard Company now represented by proxy.

Total members represented: 8, Total not represented: 7

UTF-32

[80-M16] Motion: Advance Proposed Draft Unicode Technical Report #19, UTF-32, to Draft Unicode Technical Report #19, UTF-32, with a note at the end that the term UTF-32 is controversial and may be changed later. [L2/99-172]

Moved by Davis, seconded by Whistler

5 for, 3 against, 0 abstain

Action Item 80-34a for Mark Davis: Change the title of Draft Unicode Technical Report #19 from UTF-32 to Interoperable 32-bit Serialization of Unicode, add information that the preferred form of Unicode is 16-bit, and change the text which uses "UTF-32" to note that it is a working name.

Thursday, June 10, 1999

UTC Membership Roll Call

PRESENT: Hewlett-Packard Company; IBM Corporation; Justsystem Corporation; Microsoft Corporation; Oracle Corporation; NCR Corporation; The Research Libraries Group, Inc.; Sun Microsystems, Inc.; Unisys Corporation.

NOT PRESENT: Apple Computer, Inc.; Booz, Allen, Hamilton, Inc.; Compaq Computer Corporation; Reuters, Ltd.; SAP AG; Sybase, Inc.

Total members represented: 9, Total not represented: 6

W3C Liaison Statement on Annotation Characters

UTC Consensus: We cannot take the three annotation characters (U+FFF9, U+FFFA, U+FFFB) out now. Their use with markup languages should be explained in Proposed Draft Unicode Technical Report #20, The Use of Unicode with Markup Languages.

Action Item 80-34b for the Editorial Committee: Ensure that Version 3 documents that the three annotation characters (U+FFF9, U+FFFA, U+FFFB) are for internal use only.

Action Item 80-34c for Mark Davis: Write a response to Martin Duerst for the W3C XML Coordination Group that conveys the UTC's position on the three annotation characters.

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

PRESENT: Apple Computer, Inc. (by proxy) and Sybase, Inc. are now present.

Total members represented: 11, Total not represented: 4

Math

[80-M17] Motion: Based on document L2/99-159, Unicode formally endorses creating a new proposal for math symbols following the WG2/Unicode proposal guidelines with Murray Sargent as project editor.

Moved by Freytag, seconded by Sargent

11 for (unanimous)

Action Item 80-35 for Murray Sargent and Barbara Beeton: Add to the math proposal descriptive text that can be used in the book. For an example, look at the Syriac proposal. The Editorial Committee will need to know how the math characters should be used in practice, any systematic relationships, and the use of other characters with the math property that won't be in the math block.

Action Item 80-35a for Murray Sargent and Barbara Beeton: Correct the names to use the standard format.

Action Item 80-36 for Murray Sargent and Barbara Beeton: Provide a compact table for the math characters.

Action Item 80-37 for Murray Sargent and Barbara Beeton: Make another pass at possible compositions and indicate if simple or difficult to combine.

Action Item 80-38 for Murray Sargent and Barbara Beeton: Provide a high quality font if possible for the math proposal.

[80-M18] Motion: Provisionally accept the repertoire of alphanumeric math symbols as documented in L2/99-188 and amended to delete upright (Roman), all forms of italic digits, monospace Greek, and duplicate letter like symbols, for encoding outside plane zero. [L2/99-195]

Moved by Freytag, seconded by Sargent

9 for, 1 against, 1 abstain (Sun)

Action Item 80-38a for Murray Sargent and Barbara Beeton: Delete the variant tag option, but add a note that variant tags were considered.

Normalization

UTC Consensus: In response to a concern about U+0344 COMBINING GREEK DIALYTIKA TONOS raised by Martin Duerst in document L2/99-174, the UTC agreed to the following actions:

Action Item 80-39 for Mark Davis: Add text to Draft Unicode Technical Report #15, Unicode Normalization Forms Draft Unicode Technical Report #15, Unicode Normalization Forms that normalization does not guarantee the recombination of deprecated characters.

Action Item 80-40 for the Editorial Committee/ Lisa Moore: Add U+0344 to the set of deprecated characters.

[80-M19] Failed Motion: Change the algorithm used by Draft Unicode Technical Report #15, Unicode Normalization Forms, from fine composition to medium composition. [L2/99-162-3, L2/99-174]

Moved by Davis, seconded by Whistler

0 for, 8 against, 3 abstain (Sun, Justsystem, Oracle) Motion failed

Math - continued

[80-M20] Motion: Accept the combining reverse solidus character at U+20E4 and recommend that this character be proposed to WG2 in conjunction with the math proposal for inclusion in 10646. [L2/99-160]

Moved by Davis, seconded by Freytag

11 for (unanimous)

Action Item 80-54 for Ken Whistler: Put U+20E4 (combining reverse solidus) in the Pipeline document.

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

NOT PRESENT: Unisys Corporation is no longer present.

Total members represented: 10, Total not represented: 5

[80-M21] Motion: For the new proposed math characters, the preparers are directed to not analyze and canonically decompose math characters except with existing Version 3 combining characters and the newly accepted combining reverse solidus character. [L2/99-159, L2/99-188]

Moved by Freytag, seconded by Whistler

8 for, 2 against

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

PRESENT: Unisys Corporation is now present.

Total members represented: 11, Total not represented: 4

[80-M22] Motion: Add canonical decompositions for the list of arrow characters (U+219A, U+219B, U+21AE, U+21CD, U+21CE, U+21CF). The proposed decompositions are: 219A > 2190+0338, 219B > 2192+0338, 21AE > 2194+0338, 21CD > 21D0+0338, 21CE > 21D4+0338, 21CF > 21D2+0338.

Moved by Freytag, seconded by Davis

8 for, 1 against, 2 abstain (Sun, Justsystem)

Action Item 80-41 for Ken Whistler: Add annotations and decompositions for U+219A, U+219B, U+21AE, U+21CD, U+21CE, U+21CF (math arrows).

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

NOT PRESENT: Microsoft Corporation; Sun Microsystems, Inc. are no longer present.

Total members represented: 9, Total not represented: 6

Normalization - continued

[80-M23] Motion: Deprecate U+0344, set U+0C46 to have combining class zero, and add a note to Draft Unicode Technical Report # 15, Unicode Normalization Forms that it does not guarantee composition of deprecated characters. [L2/99-174]

Moved by Davis, seconded by Whistler

9 for (unanimous)

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

PRESENT: Sun Microsystems, Inc. is now present.

Total members represented: 10, Total not represented: 5

[80-M24] Motion: The UTC delegates the disposition of the normalization behavior of the Thai/Lao characters U+0E33, U+0EB3, U+0E4D, U+0ECD, to the editorial committee, recognizing that they might have to make a normative change to the decompositions or to the combining classes for Version 3. [L2/99-174]

Moved by Davis, seconded by Aliprand

9 for, 0 against, 1 abstain (NCR)

[80-M25] Motion: The UTC delegates to the editorial committee the resolution of the issue of whether to add or remove characters from the composition exclusion table of Draft Unicode Technical Report # 15, Unicode Normalization Forms, in particular for the question of supporting Vietnamese legacy implementations. [L2/99-174]

Moved by Davis, seconded by Umamaheswaran

10 for (unanimous)

[80-M26] Motion: Advance Draft Unicode Technical Report # 15, Unicode Normalization Forms, to Unicode Technical Report # 15, Unicode Normalization Forms, after applying the relevant technical changes approved by the UTC and making the editorial changes suggested by the committee during discussion. [L2/99-162-3]

Moved by Davis, seconded by Aliprand

10 for (unanimous)

Action Item 80-42 for Mark Davis: Add to Draft Unicode Technical Report #15, Unicode Normalization Forms a discussion which will address concerns raised by Martin Duerst.

Action Item 80-43 for the Editorial Committee: Decide the disposition of Thai/Lao and the content of the exclusion table for Draft Unicode Technical Report #15, Unicode Normalization Forms.

Action Item 80-44 for Mark Davis: Prepare for the Unicode liaison to W3C a statement informing them of our decisions on the Normalization TR.

Collation

[80-M27] Motion: Advance Draft Unicode Technical Report # 10 Unicode Collation Algorithm, to Unicode Technical Report # 10 Unicode Collation Algorithm, after applying the relevant technical changes approved by the UTC and making the editorial changes suggested by the committee during discussion.

Moved by Davis, seconded by Whistler

10 for, 0, 1 (NCR)

Action Item 80-45 for Mark Davis and Ken Whistler: Make a final revision of Unicode Technical Report #10 Unicode Collation Algorithm, post on the web, and send out a notice.

Bidi

[80-M28] Motion: Accept the goals and actions as documented in UTC/1999-023. In summary:

Moved by Freytag, seconded by Whistler

11 for (unanimous)

Friday, June 11, 1999

UTC Membership Roll Call

PRESENT: Apple Computer, Inc. (by proxy); Hewlett-Packard Company; IBM Corporation; Justsystem Corporation; Microsoft Corporation; Oracle Corporation; NCR Corporation; The Research Libraries Group, Inc.; Sun Microsystems, Inc.; Sybase, Inc.; Unisys Corporation.

NOT PRESENT: Booz, Allen, Hamilton, Inc.; Compaq Computer Corporation; Reuters, Ltd.; SAP AG

Total members represented: 11, Total not represented: 4

10646-1, Second Edition - continued

[80-M29] Motion: Amend motion 80-M14 to include in the proposed technical corrigendum that 10646 normatively reference the Unicode bidi algorithm (in clause 19).

Moved by Davis, seconded by Suignard

8 for, 0 against, 3 abstain (Sybase, Sun, Justsystem)

Action Item 80-46 for Editorial Committee/ Mark Davis: Add to the proposed technical corrigendum for 10646-1, that it also normatively reference the Unicode bidi algorithm.

10646-2

[80-M30] Motion: Forward the math alphanumeric symbol proposal approved in motion 80-M18 to WG2 to include in 10646-2. [L2/99-188]

Moved by Umamaheswaran, seconded by Aliprand

8 for, 0 against, 3 abstain (NCR, Sun, Justsystem)

[80-M31] Motion: UTC forwards to L2 a revised version of L2/99-191 to forward to WG2 as comments on 10646-2. L2/99-191 proposes language to be added to Part 1 (Basic Multilingual Plane), end of clause 8, and Part 2, end of clause 8 (General Purpose Plane) regarding reserving unassigned code points for future alternate format characters.

Moved by Umamaheswaran, seconded by Aliprand

11 for (unanimous)

Normalization - continued

UTC Consensus: Hangul fillers have pedagogic use.

Action Item 80-47 for Mark Davis: Respond to Martin Duerst that Hangul fillers might have

pedagogic use.

Line Breaking - continued

[80-M32] Motion: Advance Draft Unicode Technical Report #14, Line Breaking Properties, to Unicode Technical Report #14, Line Breaking Properties, after incorporating feedback from Michel Suignard on Hangul and a final editorial review by the editorial committee. [L2/99-189]

Moved by Davis, seconded by Whistler

10 for, 0 against, 1 abstain (Sun)

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

PRESENT: Oracle Corporation now represented by proxy.

Total members represented: 11, Total not represented: 4

Regular Expressions

UTC Consensus: In the future the UTC needs to decide whether adding script identifiers would be a good idea.

Action Item 80-48 for Lisa Moore: Have script identifiers as a future agenda item.

[80-M33] Motion: Advance Proposed Draft Unicode Technical Report #18, Regular Expressions Guidelines, to Draft Unicode Technical Report #18, Regular Expressions Guidelines after incorporating feedback received during the UTC. [L2/99-162-5]

Moved by Davis, seconded by Freytag

10 for, 0 against, 1 abstain (Oracle)

Action Item 80-48a for Mark Davis: When updating Draft Unicode Technical Report #18, Regular Expressions Guidelines, use concrete examples of usage scenarios, put surrogate support into Level 1, and address the other suggestions as well.

Arabic Decompositions

[80-M34] Motion: The UTC approves creating decompositions of Arabic characters based on the three new combining marks that were added for Syriac. This work is to be reviewed by the editorial committee and the Arabic ad hoc group (including Kamal Mansour and Tom Milo) and if deemed inappropriate, the decompositions will not be added to the Unicode Standard. Mark Davis will spearhead the effort.

Moved by Freytag, seconded by Davis

11 for (unanimous)

Action Item 80-49 for the Editorial Committee: Decide if Arabic should be decomposed using the three new combining characters added for Syriac.

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

NOT PRESENT: Unisys Corporation is no longer present.

Total members represented: 10, Total not represented: 5

Versions of the Unicode Standard

[80-M35] Motion: The UTC approves incorporating Technical Reports # 9 (Bidi), 11 (East Asian Character Width), 14 (Line Breaking), and 15 (Normalization) into Version 3 of the Unicode Standard. The text of TR #9 will be incorporated into the text of the book. Technical Reports # 11, 14, and 15 will be line items enumerated in the Versions page, and their associated data files will be incorporated into the Unicode Character Database.

Moved by Freytag, seconded by Davis

10 for (unanimous)

Action Item 80-50 for the Editorial Committee: Update the Versions page to appropriately document and reference Technical Reports.

Characters not Suitable for Markup

[80-M36] Motion: Accept proposal [L2/99-181] as Proposed Draft Unicode Technical Report #20, The Use of Unicode with Markup Languages.

Moved by Davis, seconded by Hiura

9 for, 0 against, 1 abstain (Apple)

Action Item 80-51 for Asmus Freytag: Post Proposed Draft Unicode Technical Report #20, The Use of Unicode with Markup Languages in a publicly unannounced location, but let W3C know where it is.

Action Item 80-52 for Asmus Freytag: Give the UTC feedback on Proposed Draft Unicode Technical Report #20, The Use of Unicode with Markup Languages to Martin Duerst

Case Mappings

[80-M37] Motion: Advance Proposed Draft Unicode Technical Report #21, Case Mappings, to Draft Unicode Technical Report #21, Case Mappings, after incorporating feedback received during the UTC.

Moved by Whistler, seconded by Umamaheswaran

10 for (unanimous)

UTC Membership Roll Call Adjustment

PRESENT: Unisys Corporation is now present.

Total members represented: 11, Total not represented: 4

Localization Resource Proposal

[80-M38] Motion: The UTC thanks the contributors for the proposed contribution of localization resources. It welcomes such contributions, and invites the contributors to develop an initial collection and to make it internally available and to provide concrete suggestions about how to make this collection publicly available It will be reviewed at the October UTC.

Moved by Hiura, seconded by Davis

11 for (unanimous)

Action Item 80-53 for Lisa Moore: Once a report is received on the Unicode Localization Resource proposal, put discussion of it on the agenda for UTC#81/L2#178.

ATTACHMENT 1

UTC #80 and L2 #177 Joint Meeting Attendees

Tuesday, June 8, 1999

Joan Aliprand; RLG; Joan_Aliprand@notes.rlg.org

Julie Allen; Unicode, Inc.; julie@unicode.org

Ric Buhler; Novell; rbuhler@novell.com

Mark Davis; Unicode, mark@unicode.org

Asmus Freytag, Unicode, asmusf@unicode.org

Lloyd Honomichl; Novell; lloyd@novell.com

Hideki Hiura; Sun Microsystems; hiura@eng.sun.com

Nailong Jiang; Quark; njiang@quark.com

Robert Keeble; Quark; rkeeble@quark.com

Mike Ksar, Hewlett-Packard, mike_ksar@hp.com

Tatsuo L. Kobayashi; Justsystem; Tatsuo_Kobayashi@justsystem.co.jp

Lisa Moore; IBM; lisam@us.ibm.com

Gary Roberts; NCR; Gary.Roberts@SanDiegoCA.ncr.com

Murray Sargent III; Microsoft; murrays@microsoft.com

Michel Suignard; Microsoft; michelsu@microsoft.com

V. S. Umamaheswaran; IBM; umavs@ca.ibm.com

Ken Whistler; Sybase; kenw@sybase.com

Arnold Winkler; Unisys; Arnold.Winkler@unisys.com

Jianping Yang; Oracle; jiyang@us.oracle.com

Wednesday, June 9, 1999

Barbara Beeton

Thursday, June 10, 1999

Don Carroll; Hewlett-Packard; dcarroll@sea.hp.com

Friday, June 11, 1999

Dave Thewlis; Share Inc.; dthewlis@dcta.com