Many times I see discussions about things that will affect me in the future
are not immediately relevant today. That's what floppy disks are for. I
build my database
of info and more importantly CONTACTS for the future this way.
Zebra has developed a new barcode, called Ultracode (r) which implements
(actually ISO 10646-1). We do business in 70 countries right now... and
someday I will have
to implement Khmer, !Kung and Klingon for all I know!... so I will value
these discussions sometime.
Please stay on-line!
Clive P Hohberger, PhD firstname.lastname@example.org
VP, Technology Development
Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061-3109 USA
From: John Clews
Subject: Re: unibounce and Brahmi
Date: Monday, June 10, 1996 11:01AM
In message <9606091131.AA19257@Unicode.ORG> via unicode@Unicode.ORG,
Michael Everson writes:
> I swear I only sent it once.
That may be why it is a good idea to have discussions on a mailing list, as
originally suggested. That can handle such strange things: informal set ups
can cause informal problems,
What do other members of unicode@Unicode.ORG think? Is it a problem having
some discussion on Burmese and Khmer on the list or not?
John Clews (Chairman of ISO/TC46/SC2: Conversion of Written Languages)
SESAME Computer Projects, 8 Avenue Rd. * * email: John@sesame.demon.co.uk
Harrogate, HG2 7PG, United Kingdom * * telephone: +44 (0) 1423 888 432
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