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Reply-To: Olle Jarnefors <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: Runes in ISO 10646/Unicode?!
I sent a note about the preliminary version of a Swedish
proposal for inclusion of runes in ISO 10646 to a number of
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considering the extensive comments on this version, not least
from readers on Internet, the ISORUNES project group revised the
proposal and made some changes to the fundamental structure,
removing many of the "cloned" runic characters in Alternative A
of the preliminary proposal. The number of code positions needed
has been reduced to 69.
The revised proposal was sent to ISO as a national contribution
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